Asked directly about the possibility of Minecraft 2, Spencer said discussions about future extensions of the series--which he admitted not everyone may agree with--will come later.
As previously mentioned, Mojang took down the official download links for all Minecraft 2.0 versions. Shortly afterwards, We managed to get Minecraft 2.0 all version and new update and started to upload the jar files to file hosting websites.
"I don't know if Minecraft 2, if that's the thing that makes the most sense. The community around Minecraft is as strong as any community out there. We need to meet the needs and the desires of what the community has before we get permission to go off and do something else," he said. "It doesn't mean that everything we're going to do is going to map to 100 percent of their acceptance, because I don't know if there is any topic where 100 percent of people agree. But we look at Job 1 is to go out and meet the needs of the Minecraft community first, and then we can think about ways that we can actually help grow it. That's our sole focus."
Minecraft 2.0 was released as an April Fool’s joke by Mojang on April 1, 2013. Mojang sent the 2.0 jar files to some famous YouTubers that played along and released videos of the “upcoming Minecraft 2.0 release”. On April 2, it was confirmed by Mojang that Minecrat 2.0 was an April Fool’s joke. However, this version is still a playable release and can be installed. Mojang took down the downloads for Minecraft 2.0, and it can now be hard to get a copy. There are three different versions of Minecraft 2.0:
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