After years of contemplating of getting the game in the Chinese market, Mojang reportedly confirmed that "Minecraft" will be available fully in the Asian country.
According to a report by Twinfinite, Mojang is working on a new development for the game that he revealed will be a perfect fit for that specific market.
"We'll always embrace opportunities to bring Minecraft to new players around the world, widening our community, and giving us a new perspective on our game," Mojang CEO Jonas Martensson revealed.
Furthermore, the man behind the phenomenal game revealed that part of their deal in exploring their market in China, they have worked with NetEase to welcome the Chinese builders to the game.
In the same report, NetEase CEO William Ding also announced his excitement for the game being in China and claimed that they have to expect a much larger audience especially with the vast online community.
"We are excited to bring Minecraft to Chinese audiences, and expect our large online community to embrace this preeminent game," Ding stated.
"With our deep understanding of the Chinese market and our ability to successfully launch world-renowned online and mobile games, we offer a strong platform for the introduction of Minecraft to China's vast user base."
According to CNN, reports of "Minecraft" coming into China were first revealed in the Twitter account of Mojang, as the company expressed its excitement about the collaboration.
CHINA! CHINA! CHINA! CHINA! CHINA! CHINA! CHINA! CHINA! CHINA! CHINA! CHINA! CHINA! Minecraft is coming to CHINA! https://t.co/2QrESDJwKK
— Mojang (@Mojang) May 20, 2016
Meanwhile, there are still no further announcements as to how much the app would cost in China as it now costs $7 for the mobile app and has a price tag of at least $20 on the Xbox One and other consoles.