(Photo courtesy of: Windows Central) “The latest Minecraft Mob Vote has caused controversy.”
Mojang Studios, the video game developer behind Minecraft, has announced their annual Mob Vote. The Mob Vote allows the Minecraft community to vote on their favorite new mobile entity they wish to see incorporated into the Minecraft world. The reveal of this year’s three prospective mobs quickly sparked controversy, leading to a Mob Vote boycott.
Voting takes place on the Minecraft Launcher, Minecraft.net, or through the special event server on Minecraft: Bedrock Edition. The Mob Vote results are announced each year during the virtual event, “Minecraft Live,” on YouTube.
After the end of each annual Mob Vote, the two losing mobs get sent to Mojang’s ideas library. Mojang says that these mobs could eventually be added to the game, but there are no promises. Ever since the Mob Vote started in 2017, players have yet to see any of the losing mobs get added to the game. This year, users believe each mob deserves a place in the game and refuse to see any more mobs lost to the void.
The 2023 mob contenders are the crab, armadillo and penguin—all of which would bring new features into the game. The crab gives players the ability to pick up their claws, adding more range when placing blocks, the armadillo can be used to craft wolf armor and the penguin helps speed up the boat traveling process.
The popularity of all three creatures provoked a…
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