The popular Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles helmets have been created by Minecraft gamers using the new armor trims. Armor trims are a brand-new game feature that was recently revealed for Update 1.20, which is presently planned to launch at some point later this year.
In the sandbox game Minecraft, players can construct and design their own virtual worlds.
The inventiveness of the game’s players, many of whom have used the renowned building blocks to produce amazing constructions and designs, is undoubtedly its most astounding feature. Naturally, this also applies to the countless TMNT creations modeled off recently developed helmets.
TMNT is a well-known media property that started as a comic book series published in 1984. Four teenage turtles that were transformed into humanoids and trained in the art of ninjutsu by their master, Master Splinter, are represented by the characters Leonardo, Raphael, Michelangelo, and Donatello.
Numerous animated and live-action television programs, motion pictures, and video games make up the series.
Some players have already been tinkering with the helmet additions, but the majority are eagerly anticipating this brand-new crossover with the TMNT. In this week’s Java Snapshot, you’ll be able to test different armor trims, according to the official statement about Update 1.20. Stay tuned as we make every effort to include them in Bedrock betas and previews as soon as feasible.
Basically, armor trims are “patterns for your armor that let you customize your armor, add flare, and flaunt your Overworld trips!” These are available in 11 various patterns and can be colored in 10 different colors, according to the product’s creator, Mojang Studios.
Players “need to seek down a smithing template, a new required ingredient for constructing enhancements at the smithing table” in order to cut a piece of armor. These can reportedly be “found all around the Minecraft worlds.”
For years, TMNT has served as a source of inspiration for Minecraft users, who have used the game’s building pieces to produce some truly amazing structures.
These can be exact reproductions of the fabled lair or whole cities built in the franchise’s honor. Some people have even made custom skins and tweaks to give their Minecraft characters the appearance of the titular turtles, complete with helmets.