Minecraft Gets In-Game Character Creator In Upcoming Update

Finally, you can make your own Steve.

Posted By | On 21st, Sep. 2019 Under News


Minecraft

Minecraft is branching out a lot from its roots. With the AR based spinoff Minecraft Earth coming to mobile devices, and a new hack and slash coming in the form of the Minecraft Dungeons. But nothing beats good old classic Minecraft and now it’s getting a much wanted feature in the form of an in-game character creator.

While you’ve always been able to change to various skins that’s been released, in the upcoming update you can now customize individual aspects of your ‘Steve’ with various body sizes, limb replacements and tweaking of body features. You’ll have a choice of hundreds of different choices. You can see a partial list below or go here to read in full about the update.

Minecraft is available now across all major platforms. The beta for the next update, 1.13.0.15, is in beta on some platforms now and will also roll out to Minecraft Earth. It will eventually go live on all Bedrock Edition platforms, though no date is set as of now.

Introducing the Minecraft Character Creator

  • Personalise your avatar in a number of ways, including body size and shape, limb replacement and tweaking of eyes, mouth, hairstyles and colours, facial hair and skin tones
  • More than 100 items will be available for free. There will also be a range of custom accessories, created by the Minecraft team, available for purchase
  • The Character Creator is currently available to beta testers, but will also roll out to Minecraft Earth, as well as all other Bedrock platforms like iOS and Nintendo Switch, once the beta has concluded
  • Traditional custom skins can still be imported as before, on Windows 10 and mobile, using the following steps: Profile > Edit Character > Classic Skins tab > Owned > Import > Choose New Skin 

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