Minecraft’s Xbox One And PlayStation 4 Versions APPROACHING FAST
One of the most popular games of the modern time, Minecraft still doesn’t have PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions. And finally, Minecraft developer, 4J studios decided to fix that. The new version of Minecraft for the next-gen consoles will arrive very soon.
Developer of the most popular sandbox game in the World, 4J Studios, announced via its Twitter profile that the PlayStation 4 version of Minecraft is done and it is very likely that it will be released this month, reveals IGN. “We’ve handed Minecraft: Playstation 4 Edition over to Sony for the final test,” the developer tweeted.
We’ll maybe wait a little more for the versions for Xbox One and PlayStation Vita. 4J says that it still fixes bugs on these editions and that fans can expect an update on the situation in the coming days.
Last week, there was a rumor which claimed that both the PS4 and Xbox One versions of the game will be released on August 19, but now it seems that only the version for PlayStation 4 will see the daylight on that day.
Also, some rumors circulated that 4J would no longer provide updates for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 versions, but the developer eventually declined that. Just in case you’re not familiar with Minecraft, but that is very unlikely, the game is about world creation by breaking and building 3D blocks.
Since its PC release in 2011, Minecraft sold over 54 million units across all the platforms that it’s currently available on, and this fact made Minecraft one of the most popular games today. It is for certain that future versions of Minecraft will also be very popular, because people just can’t stop playing this game.
According to The Epoch times, the next-gen version of Minecraft will have newer, bigger world than before. Also, worlds created in previous versions of the game (PS3 and Xbox 360) could be shifted to the next-gen console versions. If you already own Minecraft for PlayStation 3 you can upgrade it to the PS4 version for only $5.