Now I can show people the right way to play Minecraft - intoxicated.
By Liam Gilroy on December 9, 2013 at 6:56 pm
During Minecon Mojang announced a partnership with Twitch.tv which would see a future release of Minecraft featuring integrated Twitch.tv support. And now the future is here, with Mojang unleashing the 1.7.3 pre-release on Friday with one-click broadcasting. 1.7.3 also fixes render distances above 8 and a host of bug fixes and optimisations – but it’s hard to get excited about that.
One-click broadcasting is available for users with computers running Windows Vista and higher and Mac OSX Lion and higher, and you’ll need to link your Twitch.tv and Mojang accounts before you can use it – which you can do right here. As a pre-release, you’ll also need to enable snapshots – you can get instructions from the official site.