4J Studios are quite busy since Minecraft for PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita and Xbox One is scheduled to be released in August. We received a confirmation on July 11 that the Title Update 17, as well as other content, will be released for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 after they will bring Minecraft to the next-generation consoles PS4 and Xbox One and PS Vita.
Since they are somehow “out of time”, it seems that 4J Studios are focusing on respecting the release schedule they announced a few months ago. Some fans might be a bit frustrated because they will not get any update on their Minecraft PS3 or Xbox 360, but they will surely enjoy the upcoming Minecraft for the next-generation consoles.
They will come with bigger worlds, 36 times bigger to be more exactly, enhanced graphics and many more. It seems that the upcoming editions of Minecraft will have included all the content that was added on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. 4J Studios is probably planning to release Minecraft first for the next-generation consoles, so they can work on the Title Update 17 for all the platforms in the same time.
We’re not sure yet what this Title Update 17 will contain, but the developer recently said that we’ll have horses be added for the consoles. However, we don’t know if the horses will be added to the TU17.
Minecraft for the next-generation consoles PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, and PS Vita is expected to be released in August. The players who already own Minecraft on their PS3 or Xbox 360 consoles will have the option to upgrade their Minecraft to the next-generation consoles for only 4.99 dollars. In addition, they will be able to save their worlds from the old consoles and import them to the new consoles.
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