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News video games 15 March 2024, 04:34

author: Adrian Werner

Minecraft Gets Its Own Game Pass. Subscription Provides Access to 150 Items

The Minecraft Marketplace Pass subscription has launched, giving players access to a powerful set of new items.

Source: Microsoft

Microsoft and Mojang Studio release Minecraft Marketplace Pass. This subscription is designed as a cheaper alternative to the Realms Plus subscription. It offers regular deliveries of new items, but doesn't have the option to operate its own server.

  1. Marketplace Pass is a monthly subscription that gives you access to over 150 new Minecraft content. They consist of elements such as new worlds and mini-games, skin and texture packs, or Mash-Up sets.
  2. The subscription cost $3.99 dollars per month.

Server administrators can distribute Marketplace Pass content with up to ten chosen players. Every month, as part of the subscription, new elements are also to be made available. After a while, some of the content will vanish from the Marketplace Pass, but players can continue to access it as long as these packages aren't deleted from local storage. In turn, the items received monthly will be kept forever.

Players who cancel their subscription will have the option to buy and download all world templates stored in the cloud for 18 months after the subscription ends, unless they are no longer accessible in Minecraft.

Problems with Xbox App on PC

Staying on the topic of Minecraft, it's worth adding that there is a serious technical error. Updating the game through the Xbox app will result in the deletion of all installed worlds. To avoid this, you must:

  1. open the Xbox app, click on your username and select the "Support" option;
  2. then use the "Gaming Services Repair Tool" option, and then click on "Start Troubleshooting."

When you do this, the service will be updated to version 19.87.13001.0, which doesn't have this error.

  1. Minecraft Marketplace Pass - official website

Adrian Werner

Adrian Werner

A true veteran of the Gamepressure newsroom, writing continuously since 2009 and still not having enough. He caught the gaming bug thanks to playing on his friend's ZX Spectrum. Then he switched to his own Commodore 64, and after a short adventure with 16-bit consoles, he forever entrusted his heart to PC games. A fan of niche productions, especially adventure games, RPGs and games of the immersive sim genre, as well as a mod enthusiast. Apart from games, he devourers stories in every form - books, series, movies, and comics.