Minecraft developer Mojang is moving into the new decade with a new name, or at least a revised name. The company is now known as Mojang Studios, and it has a new logo to go along with it.
Inspired by the developer’s expansion into multiple offices around the world, Mojang Studios’ new name represents its scale and how it has expanded far beyond a small team working only on Minecraft.
The new logo is made up of little gadgets called “Mojangs,” appropriately enough, and in the trailer they are turned and twisted around to spell out the studio’s name. It sounds like it won’t be the last time we hear about the somewhat sentient gizmos, and they should pop up again as we learn about future Mojang Studios projects.
“They test and tinker, endlessly explore, and help us discover new corners of the Minecraft universe,” Mojang Studios’ head of creative communications said in the announcement post.
Speaking of new content, the developer has several things cooking. Aside from Minecraft and the spinoff game Minecraft Dungeons, Mojang Studios is also creating a feature film, experimenting with new game ideas, and producing a live show. Of course, none of this is stopping its continued work updating Minecraft with new features and content.
Most recently, the Minecraft RTX beta got even more worlds for players to check out. They make use of ray tracing technology to make the game look absolutely gorgeous. Minecraft Dungeons releases May 26 for Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, PS4, and PC.
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