Minecraft developer Mojang has announced it will cease development on the game's Super Duper Graphics Pack, a planned graphical upgrade for the game initially announced at E3 2017.
The intended update was in two parts, the first of which was free and would bring the game up to 4K HDR across Xbox One, Windows 10, iOS, mobile, and VR. The second part, a paid DLC, would bring a number of other graphical improvements that would transform the game. This included dynamic shadows, special lighting in fog, leaf and grass movement, new textures, directional and edge lighting, and others. This DLC would be available to players on Xbox One and Windows 10 only, and was intended for Xbox One X and high-end PCs specifically.