The Super Duper Graphics Pack for Minecraft will not be releasing unfortunately, this comes as Mojang announces its cancellation in an official post.
Announced at E3 2017, Minecraft’s Super Duper Graphics Pack was a rather ambitious project, which would substantially change the game’s appearance by improving shaders, lighting systems, textures, and models in the game.
After two years of development, the project proved to be too expensive in terms of time and energy, apparently: “the package turned out to be too expensive in technical terms to be implemented as originally planned”, reads the Mojang release.
“We realize that this will be a disappointment for some of you, there was great enthusiasm for the Super Duper both inside and outside the studio, but unfortunately we are not satisfied with how the package is working on all the various platforms.” The thing could still pave the way for other possibilities of modification of the graphic sector, however: “We are looking for other ways to let you try Minecraft with a new aspect”, it reads in fact in the communication of the developers.
Minecraft is able to maintain the same performance on all the platforms on which the game is present, although it should be noted that many mods developed directly by the users are able to act on the graphic segment of the Mojang title.
So this is Super Duper Disappointing 🙁
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