Mojang and Microsoft released a new trailer detailing the upcoming update of the Pocket and Windows 10 edition of Minecraft which will include pistons.
Pistons have been a top-requested feature from the Minecraft community. We are excited to bring both standard and sticky pistons to players soon, which will enable you to build even more complex buildings and contraptions within the Pocket and Windows 10 versions of Minecraft, such as draw bridges and trap doors, just to name a few.
The Rube Goldberg machine featured in the trailer released today, which was created entirely within Minecraft courtesy of BlockWorks and TheMusicalKnight, shows the full suite of Redstone blocks working in the Minecraft: Windows 10 Edition Beta.
After the free update drops, players will be able to download the Rube Goldberg machine featured in the trailer for free.