Although "Warcraft" and "Minecraft" have the same ending name, the way these two games molded their craft and business strategies are never the same. Nevertheless, the aims on outwitting each segment in the trading industry are always escalating for both "Warcraft" and "Minecraft."
It appears that the world of "Warcraft" has hit another dimension. Legendary Entertainment has released a new behind-the-scenes clip from the upcoming "Warcraft" film showcasing the movie's version of the Lion's Pride Inn from World of Warcraft and how the set is a pretty stunning recreation of the in-game version," reports Gamespot.
As for "Minecraft" it has also implemented other strategies to keep the momentum on steady ground. Not only that, but the "Minecraft" creator has also embarked on another journey to gain more profits. To prove the latter, according to Eurogamer, "Minecraft maker Mojang has released a free new game on Steam called Crown and Council and it's a one-man creation, birthed by Henrik Pettersson in a game jam, and it's a Risk-style territorial conquest affair."
Moreover, the game is still on its early stages, and the Crown and Council has 75 levels but can plop out more, procedurally, as noted by the same post.
Meanwhile, although it has not been fully been revealed how the strategy game would fare in the market world, many are forecasting positive outcomes for the new endeavor of the "Minecraft" creators.
Even though "Warcraft" and "Minecraft" have the same ending names, their business strategies and approaches and varied but the end goal has always been the same, provide fun and thrilling game time and at the same time raise revenues and profits higher than ever.