It is rumored that a new patch might change Minecraft’s aesthetic on multiple platforms. In concordance with a report from Gamespot, Jens Bergensten, a Minecraft developer at Mojang, gave us some hints that the developing team from Mojang is testing a new character model for Minecraft.
So, in the near future, you might have a three pixels arm instead of a four pixel arm. With other worlds, the human character models will look slimmer compared to the models that are now in Minecraft.
Mojang has been constantly working on Minecraft for PC, adding new features after they released the game back in 2011. In 2012 4J Studios came to help for the console part, which made Minecraft Xbox 360 edition’s release possible in 2012 and the Minecraft PS3 Edition in 2013. However, the updates for the console version are behind the updates of the PC version. With other words, the rumored new patch might come on PC but it will get a delay for the other platforms.
4J Studios is currently working on Minecraft Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PlayStation and the versions are scheduled to be released in August.
Minecraft Xbox One Edition and Minecraft PS4 Edition will come with great graphics, larger worlds and visible improvements in terms of draw distances. The players who already have Minecraft for their PS3 or Xbox 360 consoles will be able to save their worlds and import them to the next-generation consoles PS4 and Xbox One.
Minecraft Vita Edition will come with a full console experience; however, it will not support split-screen play. Minecraft Vita Edition will be free for the players who already own Minecraft for their PS3. If you already own Minecraft for PS3 or Xbox 360, you will be able to purchase Minecraft for PlayStation 4 or Xbox One for 4.99 dollars. If you are a new player, you will have to pay 19.99 dollars for a copy of Minecraft for your next-generation console.
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