In August, Minecraft will be released for the next-generation consoles PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. We’ve seen some screenshots with “The Kelpies”, which was created for Minecraft: Xbox One edition.
According to GameRanx, Minecraft will run on Xbox One and PlayStation 4 at 1080p/60fps and Roger Carpenter, who is the lead producer for Minecraft, confirmed these rumors.
The other good news for Minecraft fans is that they will be able to save and import their saved worlds from Xbox 360 or PlayStation 3 to Xbox One or PlayStation 4. Not to mention that Minecraft on the next-generation consoles will have better graphics and the worlds will be 36 times larger than they are right now on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3.
“Minecraft: Pocket Edition” 0.9.0’s release date
We have some good news for the Minecraft fans who love to play this game on mobile devices. Mojang announced on their official website that Minecraft: Pocket edition 0.9.0 will be released on July 10 and it will be the biggest update until now and it will bring many new features. Here are a few of the features this patch will come with:
- a new interaction button
- new mobs which include spooky endermen
- many new blocks and items which includes Huge mushroom blocks and Monster Eggs
- Many new flowers
- A lot of bugs fixed
- Abandoned villages, mineshafts and some other cool places to explore
- A new feature generation which includes vines, lakes and monster rooms
Below you can see a teaser of the upcoming patch:
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