Scroll Launches in April, Similar to Minecraft

Mojang has revealed that Scrolls, a fantasy card battler, will first launch as a discounted beta next month prior to releasing the full version.

Mojang Co-Founder and Game Designer Jakob Porser said, “We are aiming for release at the end of April and it’s looking pretty good. We’ve been wanting to release it for awhile because we want to have the same sort of development as Minecraft. We’ll release it early at a discount. With the help from our community, we’ll take the game to the next level and see what we want to do and what they expect out of the game and you can work around that.”

Mojang is well aware that Minecraft is a hard act to follow so Porser added, “Minecraft is doing so well. People have asked, do you feel like this is a difficult second album and it’s a valid question. The way we approach it is this is the game we wanted to make. We realize it’s a narrow genre compared to what Minecraft has become. I have no expectation that Scrolls is going to sell way beyond Minecraft, absolutely not. What I would like is for the game to find a core, a bunch of players that actively love the game.

He then continued, “The beautiful thing with Mojang and the success of Minecraft is that we really don’t have that pressure, that every game has to sell x amount of copies or we’re going to go bankrupt. So we’re in a good position that we can experiment and try some of the stuff that we want to do and we are going to do that.”

You can checkout the game trailer below:

Are you looking forward to the Beta version?

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