Microsoft today announced Mixer for Minecraft with v1.2.5 beta. Now you can experience deeply integrated Mixer broadcasting and interactivity. The new support makes it easier to start and manage a Mixer broadcast while you play. You’ll start to see this feature today in the Minecraft 1.2.5 beta on Android. The update will roll out on iOS once 1.2.5 exits beta.
With Mixer Interactivity in Minecraft, any Minecraft command can be turned into an interactive button that viewers can use to change your game. Plus, with Mixer’s Faster Than Light (FTL) streaming protocol.
You’ll be able to watch and play with less than a second of latency. Starting today, you’ll be able to try out interactivity in the Minecraft 1.2.5 beta on Android and Windows 10.
Xbox One will come later this week, and then all versions of Minecraft will get the feature once it exits beta.