The most recent Minecraft update makes out a couple of improvements to the decade-old phenomenon, none more striking than the reality the game’s splash screens have evacuated all mention of Minecraft’s creator Markus “Notch” Persson.
Beforehand, the game’s splash screens—the yellow content you see when Minecraft boots up—would show irregular messages, and some of them referenced Persson with stuff like “Made by Notch!” and “The Work Of Notch!”. As of the 19w13a depiction discharged before today, those are altogether gone at this point.
We’ve connected for official comment on the reason Persson’s name is presently absent from the screens. As conceivable background, however, Minecraft is a game played by a great many children everywhere throughout the world, and is presently owned by Microsoft.
Note that while his name has been expelled from splash screens, Persson is still listed as the game’s creator in Minecraft’s credits.
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