The fans of Minecraft really enjoyed the open world when this game was launched for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3, but now, with the upcoming release for the next-generation consoles Xbox One and PlayStation 4, they will see the largest open world ever created.
The fans of Minecraft saw many screenshots of the game for the next-generation consoles and now they’re anxious to get their hands on the new version, when it’s going to be released.
4J Studios made some screenshots of the game, comparing Minecraft from Xbox One version with its predecessor Xbox 360. They did the same with the PlayStation 4 version and the PlayStation 3 version.
In addition, besides the great graphics, Minecraft on the next-generation consoles will have bigger worlds. However, they will be only 36 bigger than on PS3 and Xbox 360, and not infinite as they are on the PC version of Minecraft.
4J Studios is trying to convince the Minecraft players to get the next-generation consoles. The developers already announced that the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 players will be able to save their current world from their old consoles and import it to the next-generation consoles Xbox One and PlayStation 4. In addition, they made a discount for the Minecraft players from Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3, which will be able to upgrade to their next-generation console version for only 4.99 dollars, while the new players will pay 19.99 dollars for Minecraft on Xbox One or PlayStation 4.
Paddy Burns, the 4J Studio’s CTO, confirmed that they want to take advantage of each platform. The developers will most likely add support to the new DualShock touch pad of PlayStation 4 or for PlayStation Vita’s touchscreen.
Burns also confirmed that Minecraft will come with the 1.3.2 version on the next-generation consoles and a few features that will be brought from the later PC versions. He also added that 4J Studios will add new features for all the Minecraft platforms, after they will release the game on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita.
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