Minecraft Super Duper Graphics Pack Officially Canceled By Mojang Because It Is Too Technically Demanding

Minecraft Super Duper Graphics Pack Officially Canceled By Mojang Because It Is Too Technically Demanding
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Last month, Minecraft developers Mojang revealed a brand new game in the Minecraft universe: Minecraft Dungeons. The news also came with the latest update for the game, which included dozens of brand new features and changes to the base game, which has been out for almost a decade. But today, karma finally caught up to Minecraft fans when they got a bit of bad news to balance everything out again.

The Super Duper Graphics Pack DLC has officially been canceled because the DLC would have been too “technically demanding,” according to reports from developers of the famous building game. The announcement comes more than two years after the DLC, which was going to make the graphics much better, was officially announced by Mojang.

In their official statement, Mojang said the pack was too demanding, technically speaking, and could not be implemented uniformly across all systems. The problem was that the graphics did not work well on all the different devices that currently use Minecraft. Mojang was not happy with it, so they scrapped it.

“For this reason, we’re stopping development on the pack, and looking into other ways for you to experience Minecraft with a newer look,” the official statement read.

But it looks like Mojang has not entirely given up on making an improved graphics pack for the game. That said, there’s no telling how long it will be before they end up creating the DLC and releasing it to audiences. The texture pack was supposed to include lighting changes and 4K support for the Xbox One and PC versions of the game.

Although this is terrible news for fans of the series, there are still plenty of mods out there for PC users that will give players all sorts of new textures and enhanced graphics for the games. So while there may not be an official answer to updated and improved graphics, there are still plenty of options for getting the most of your Minecraft experience.

The news comes in the wake of Minecraft‘s recent announcement of the upcoming Minecraft Dungeons, which will incorporate the Minecraft game with a fun dungeon-crawling experience and more role-playing elements. We are not sure how much of the old gameplay will also be included.

Fans of the series will need to keep their eyes peeled to see when and if Mojang will end up producing a different version of the Super Duper Graphics Pack or if the entire effort will end up being scrapped.