One of Minecraft Java Edition’s Tech heads, Sliced Lime, recently posted important news on the game’s official subreddit post. It says that the Java Edition developers will stop posting official announcements on the game’s official subreddit and move away from the platform. This declaration was massive for Minecraft’s subreddit since the official posts from developers were the hub for hundreds of players discussing the game and communicating directly with the developers to give them feedback. Here is everything you need to know about the announcement.
Minecraft Java Edition team moves away from the game’s official subreddit
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Java Edition’s senior developer, Sliced Lime, announced that the Java Edition team would no longer feel that Reddit is an appropriate place to post official content or communicate with the playerbase.
They also mentioned this decision was made in light of how Reddit, as a social media company, has changed its API policy, drastically increasing the price for any third-party developer to use its API.
This created a massive rift between the moderators and heads of many subreddits and the platform itself. Many pundits even went dark to essentially protest against the new policies. Unfortunately, Reddit did not budge and forced everyone to comply with the rule changes.
Hence, the Minecraft Java Edition developer team is leaving the game’s…
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