ESPN’s Minecraft game tonight goes live for free
It’s official: ESPN’s popular “Minecraft” game is coming to the Apple TV.
The popular multiplayer game, which was first released in 2010, will be available to download and play for free for 30 days on iOS devices, Apple announced today.
“Minecraft” players can also watch a video tutorial on the AppleTV app to learn how to build and play Minecraft games, the company said in a blog post.
The AppleTV is available on Apple TV, iPad and iPhone.
It has a 4K resolution and features a touchscreen for interacting with the game.
It comes with a free 30-day trial of “Minecraft.”
A limited number of AppleTVs will be able to download the game on July 22.
AppleTV users can also get the game for free through the Apple iTunes app, which allows users to play free games on a variety of platforms.