Posted August 08, 2018 11:08:56 Minecraft Bedwares will soon be getting in-flight delivery from Amazon as part of a new program called BedWars, according to a tweet from Amazon.com.
The program lets users buy and order Minecraft Bedwraps through Amazon’s e-commerce platform.
Users will receive an e-mail containing the delivery information, including the time of delivery, and the price.
Customers can then download the software and start using the new bedware within 24 hours.
Amazon said the program is “coming soon” for the Xbox One, Xbox 360, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch and Windows PC.
Microsoft previously announced a similar program called “Just-in Time Delivery,” which lets people order Minecraft Minecraft Bedware on Amazon’s website for delivery within 30 days.
Amazon’s announcement is a major milestone for the Minecraft Bedwear program, which has been in development for years.
The program is currently available for purchase on the Xbox Store and in other retail stores, with Amazon offering a variety of Minecraft Bedworks in different colors and styles.
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