The Minecraft Better Together Update lets you to export your creations to Paint 3D
As part of the Better Together Update for Minecraft, Microsoft announced the integration of Microsoft’s new Paint 3D with the global phenomenon.
Better Together Beta for Minecraft announced at E3 2017
The Better Together Update for Minecraft is getting a beta and players on Windows 10 PCs can expand their worlds by playing with friends across devices.
The Better Together Update is designed to unify the console, mobile, and Windows 10 PC versions of Minecraft under one single Minecraft edition. It will introduce cross platform support and iallow console, mobile, and Windows 10 Minecrafters to play together for the first time.
The update also brings a vast collection of new features to players on Bedrock Engine platforms including stained glass, fireworks, parrots that dance, customizable banners, armor stands, jukebox and music discs, recipe book, and ravines.
Integration with Paint 3D and Remix3D.com for Windows 10
Integration with Paint 3D and Remix3D.com will make it much easier for players to export and to share their 3D creations in order to inspire others. But unfortunately, the integration appears one way at the present time. In other words, players will not be able to share their designs for use in the game by using these platforms.
Beta testers on Android will have to purchase devices that are able to support Google Play and to own a copy of the game that was previously purchased via the Google Play Store.
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