Joining the likes of most events this year, MineCon is going to be a fully digital event and known now as Minecraft Live. 2020’s event was also supposed to coincide with the real-world Minecraft Festival, but organizers pushed that event to 2022 back in March, citing the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Minecraft Live will happen on October 3rd at 12 pm ET, and will give fans “answers to pertinent questions about what the rest of Mojang Studios have been working on all year.” Mojang is also promising a show full of Minecraft related news, feature content creators in the Minecraft world, and votes from the community that will actually influence the game. Though those details haven’t been shared yet. As teased in the trailer, there will be at least one new mob announced at the event. Stay tuned to Minecraft Live’s homepage, and you can watch the event on October 3rd on Minecraft’s official social channels on Facebook, YouTube, and Twitch.