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Minecraft Coming To Xbox One, Playstation 4 And Playstation Vita
Posted by Joseph Lee on 05.22.2014



Minecraft developer Mojang has announced that the game will be released for the Xbox One, Playstation 4 and Playstation Vita in August.

Xbox One: The game will be available on the Xbox Live Marketplace for $19.99. For those who bought the Xbox 360 version in the Marketplace or played online with the disc version, you can upgrade for $4.99 for a minimum of a year after the release date. It includes:

- Significantly bigger worlds and a greater draw distance than the Xbox 360 Edition

- All the features from the most recent Xbox 360 title update.

- Players with Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition saves can import their worlds to Xbox One, but not vice versa. Mojang said: "We can make worlds bigger without too much stress, but shrinking them causes all kinds of problems."

- It will not be possible for Xbox One/Xbox 360 cross play.

- Many DLC skins and texture packs purchased for Xbox 360 will transfer. Mojang added: "We'd like to say all your DLC would transfer, but some of the items are trapped in licensing deals that are too boring to get into here. We'll have more on this soon."


PS VITA: It will be released on the Playstation Network as a Playstation 3 + Vita Edition for $19.99. Those who bought the PS3 version on the PSN get it on the Vita for free. It won't matter which version you buy first as you'll have it on both platforms. It includes:

- All the features from the most recent Playstation 3 version, including online play.

- Mojang said: "We are working closely with Sony Computer Entertainment to look into ways to enable upgrade from the Blu-ray disc version of Minecraft: Playstation 3 Edition to Minecraft: Playstation 3 and Vita. We'll have more info on this closer to release."

- Saves are trasnferrable between the two versions, as is all DLC.


PlayStation 4: The Playstation 4 Edition will be on the Playstation Network. for $19.99. For those who bought the Playstation 3 + VIta version in the PSN or played online with the disc version, you can upgrade for $4.99 for a minimum of a year after the release date. It includes:

- Significantly bigger worlds and a greater draw distance than the PS3+Vita Edition

- All the features from the most recent PS3+Vita title update.

- Players with PS3+Vita Edition saves can import their worlds to PS4, but not vice versa. Mojang said: "We can make worlds bigger without too much stress, but shrinking them causes all kinds of problems."

- It will not be possible for PS3+Vita/PS4 cross play.

- Many DLC skins and texture packs purchased for PS3+Vita will transfer.

- As with the Vita edition, they are looking into upgrading from the Blu-ray disc version of the PS3 edition to the PS4 edition.





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