“It feels so good, I just can’t do it”
In a new interview, Daniel Radcliffe has admitted that playing Minecraft Made him feel old.
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taking part in wired‘s auto complete interview In the series (which gives people answers to commonly Googled questions about themselves), Radcliffe has said that the sandbox construction game made him feel of his age.
Answering the question, “Does Daniel Radcliffe play Minecraft?”, Radcliffe began by saying “Minecraft And Olivia Rodrigo is having two real ‘Oh, I’m Old’ moments lately.”
“Minecraft‘A few years ago, I was playing, or trying to play, with my godson, and he was explaining it to me. I was saying to all the old people like ‘I don’t understand’, ‘What kind of game is this?’ and ‘When will we finish?'”
He further said that Minecraft “Feels great, I just can’t do it”.
For Olivia Rodrigo, that blow came when she went to the White House to encourage young people to get vaccinated. Radcliffe said, “Oh, you’re famous enough to be in the White House and this is the first time I’m hearing about you.” “I fully accept that it’s on me,” he said.
“They’ve both been real watershed moments for me lately.”
Earlier this year, the modding group flow network made a whole harry potter RPG Inside MinecraftComplete with the ability to play Privet Drive, Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, and Quidditch.
There is also a story that, according to pcgamen, includes everything from buying your first stick, school books, and robes at Diagon Alley to experiencing your first flying lessons at Hogwarts. There’s even the promise of the Dementors.
in other Minecraft News, a player-generated data pack adds four new items to the game, each one inspired by The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse.
Each item is affected by Death, Famine, War, and Conquest and allows players to summon a horse with a unique, special ability.