Microsoft is one of the major companies along with Apple and Facebook, which is trying to put a dent in the field of reality gaming.
Minecraft was purchased by Microsoft way back early and now the company is making its progress in this domain via the help of their virtual reality hardware Holo Lens.
Microsoft uploaded the above video to its YouTube channel today, teasing an augmented-reality game based on Minecraft. The quick access bar on the phone screen seems to indicate that you’ll be able to place blocks in the real-world area and interact with mobs.
Microsoft is set to unveil this on May 17th. Till then we can only wait to get our hands on this new update. This game would directly compete with Pokemon Go. Let’s see if Microsoft is able to pull up this one.