Minecraft Xbox One, PS4 and Vita Release Date Rumor – Might Be True

In attention for Minecraft players, rumor has it that the launching date for the three upcoming ports of Minecraft has been revealed. The Epoch Times related on 6th August that a fan managed to see the schedule of launching the game for the Xbox One. Minecraft Xbox One Edition will be able to be released on August 19, it reported.

The rumor seems to be true because the original creator, Mojang, confessed that the new three ports will be released on this month. The release date is on a Tuesday, also the day when a large number of new soft products are being released in the North America.

The rumors are that the Minecraft Vita Edition and The PS4 Edition are coming out in about same time as the Xbox One Edition. 4J Studios, which is in charge for all of the console ports, while it kept the Xbox 360 and Ps3 versions updated with DLC packs and other patches, the company was working on the three new ports as well.

However, the two version of the game, Minecraft PS4 Edition and Minecraft Xbox One Edition, were delayed by almost a year, because they were awaited to be released in 2013. One of the reasons of the delay was that the team who is developing the game was adding some new features to it. Several new characteristic are: a higher resolution, an improved draw distance and the capacity to import saves from a console version to another.

The recurrences of Xbox One and the PS4 seem to be the best of the releases for the amazing game Minecraft. Those who love playing Minecraft and they own a PS3, Xbox 360 or Vita, should certainly try the new versions of the next generation for only 4.99 $ for a restricted period contrary to play the standard for 19.99 $.


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