Tubbo reveals trailer and release date for its Minecraft server TubNet


Popular content creator Toby “Tubbo” Smith only started streaming in 2018, but has already amassed a dedicated and impressive platform at just 18 years old. He has nearly five million subscribers on Twitch and over three million subscribers on YouTube.

Although Tubbo is primarily concerned with creating Minecraft content and can be found regularly on the popular Dream SMP Minecraft server, competing in MC championships or playing the popular block game, he also regularly ventured into other projects. Outside of his streaming and YouTube career, Tubbo has ventured into the world of music, and his debut single, “Life By The Sea,” has over 39,000,000 streams on Spotify.

Tubbo is an all-around creative star and her next project has been in the works for over four years. While Tubbo has dropped little hints and comments on the server over the years, a first real look at the star’s future Minecraft server called TubNet was officially unveiled during TwitchCon.

Screenshot via TubNet on YouTube

The creator’s latest attempt is a Minecraft server that players will be able to discover and participate in all over the world. Players will be able to participate in various activities on the server, including aspects such as competitive mini-games or cosmetic changes. While at TwitchCon, Tubbo said his ultimate goal in creating the project was to create an “experience” that people around the world could “interact with rather than just watch.”

While most servers are exclusive to each version of MinecraftTubNet will “bridge the gap” and be playable on Bedrock and Java versions of Minecraft. This means that the server will be compatible with each other and allow players to engage alongside their friends on any version. When it launches, TubNet will have around three solid games, with many more to be added in the future.

TubNet’s trailer and release date have been revealed alongside a Minecraft event called Craftmaster Live which was co-produced for Twitchcon by Twitch and Tubbo. This event was a contest featuring 32 creators and was created by TubNet and noName Studio specifically for TwitchCon.

Although TubNet created this event specifically for TwitchCon, the competitive style, game modes, and look and feel of the event still gives a glimpse of what fans can expect from TubNet. The Craftmaster Live event was streamed live by the creators who attended and can be viewed from their various angles on their Twitch channels.

After four long years of waiting and full of little teasers, Tubbo’s Minecraft The server is finally set to officially launch in August 2022. Tubbo and the team at TubNet shared this reveal during TwitchCon.

The TubNet team also shared the first official trailer teasing the server and giving fans a glimpse of what they can expect from the next one. Minecraft waiter.

TubNet’s trailer opens with an expansive cityscape before focusing on a character who seems to have just arrived in the city. The character enters the town and approaches a “Craft Cafe” building next to a giant building with the TubNet logo.

The scene cuts to two other characters taking a selfie before teasing another spot on the Minecraft server called “New Block Fashion”. The trailer’s main character then hails a cab and drives around town. Many moving and active characters, towering buildings, and other chaos typical of a bustling city can be seen while the character is on the road in the taxi.

Screenshot via TubNet on YouTube

The main character then arrives in a building and is invited to a party from his phone. They accept the invitation and head inside to change. After switching between different outfits, the character finds the one that suits them and grabs a jetpack before flying out the window. As the character flies, a new building called “Som Corp” can be seen in the background.

Two other characters join the character wielding a jetpack with jetpacks and the trio flies over the city. They sail high in the air, and more details of the city can be seen, including an amusement park on a pier with a Ferris wheel, rides, and a vast ocean. The trailer then ends with announcing the official launch of TubNet in August 2022.


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