The beta of Minecraft: Remastered will begin rolling out on September 15, 2017, according to a tweet from Mojang, and it will be available on all platforms.
This is a beta test of Minecraft in its first version, with no official release date in mind.
We’re not sure exactly how it will work, but it will provide an amazing experience for players who want to try out Minecraft and the new mods and features.
This beta test is only open to Mojang staff, Mojang representatives, and users of the Minecraft website.
The beta test will be open for about two weeks.
In the meantime, Mojangs official Twitter account tweeted that they are still in the process of rolling out the beta, and that Mojang is working to get the game ready for the general public.
We are also working hard to make Minecraft for the mobile platform as soon as possible.
Mojang will have to fix all the bugs, make all the features work, and get everything ready to be released to the general user.
As for the Mojang servers, they have been taken offline in order to work on the beta.
It’s not clear when this will happen, but we do know that Minecraft: Reborn will be coming out for iOS and Android on September 16, 2017.