The arrival of the coronavirus has affected all face-to-face events both within the gaming industry and outside. This is why we have seen how people have managed to celebrate their activities during quarantine. Now, a new group of students from a University of California, just celebrated their graduation through Minecraft.
It seems that the famous Microsoft game has become the quintessential measure for mass activity. Students at UC Berkeley University in California, USA, took the initiative to replicate the graduation ceremony they were unable to have. In memory of their 2020 graduation, the graduates were given the task of replicating their football stadium, in which they held a said ceremony.
Graduates intertwined through Zoom, which was used for students to deliver their farewell address. Likewise, the head of brand of Minecraft brand, Lydia WInters, was the one who gave the speech so that graduates can throw the mortarboard into the air. The graduation is fully graduated, in which the entire ceremony can be seen. It should be noted that this is not the first time that students celebrate their graduation through Minecraft.