Minecraft Xbox One and PS4 Powerful Update by 4J Studios

Minecraft for the next-generation consoles PlayStation 4 and Xbox One will be released within a month, and 4J Studios wrote on their official twitter account that “We can see the light at the end of the tunnel!”

Even if the next-generation versions don’t appear to be very different than the Xbox 360 or PS3 versions, they come with nice features that will be loved by all the Minecraft fans.

One of the great features Minecraft: Xbox One and Minecraft: PlayStation 4 will come, are the 36 bigger worlds than on the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 versions.

In concordance with Gamespot, Minecraft sold more than 16 million copies until now for PC and MAC. In February, there were more than 14 million copies sold for these versions, so you can get an idea on how much copies are being sold in a short period of time. There are a total of 54 million Minecraft copies sold across all platforms.

More information about the upcoming Minecraft for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One

Minecraft: PlayStation 4

Minecraft: PlayStation 4 edition will be released at PlayStation Network (PSN) in August. It will include all the features that the PS3 edition had, and it will have bigger worlds and greater draw distance. It will cost 19.99 dollars, but the players who already have this game on their PlayStation 3, will be able to “upgrade” to the next-generation console for 4.99 dollars.

Minecraft: Xbox One

Minecraft: Xbox One edition will come on Xbox Live Marketplace somewhere in August and this version will bring 36 times larger worlds and a greater draw distance than on the Xbox 360. The version will come with all the features that Xbox 360 had until the latest title update and it will cost 19.99 dollars. However, the players who already bought the Minecraft: Xbox 360 edition will be able to “upgrade” their accounts to the Xbox One edition for 4.99 dollars.

 

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