Minecraft: Pocket Edition, the mobile version of the ever-popular sandbox title, has sold over 21 million copies.
The news was broken on Twitter by Minecraft developer Jens Bergensten, who also revealed that Mojang will be holding a live Q&A broadcast on 14 April to celebrate said milestone.
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"We’re extremely grateful to all players for your dedication and creativity," said Mojang via a blog post.
"Without that, Minecraft wouldn’t be anywhere near as significant as it is today."
MC:PE has sold over 20 million copies (actually, over 21M), so we're going to have a live broadcast on Monday: https://t.co/5p38eaIaqm— Jens Bergensten (@jeb_) April 9, 2014
For those who've been following Minecraft: Pocket Edition's progress on the App Store, this news won't come as a huge surprise.
In a recent Charticle, we highlighted how the game been performing extremely well on the App Store, where it has been a constant presence at the top of the grossing charts since it launched back in November 2011.