What's more, any DLC you purchase will be accessible amongst the various devices at no extra charge. Basically, servers make it easier for you to enjoy multiplayer Minecraft and access new mini-games, worlds, and friends to craft with!
Minecraft's Aubrey Norris told GamesBeat, "We can't speak for Sony, but as we said, we would love to have our PlayStation 4 community join our Minecraft unification plans". There was no expression of the most recent offers of that gadget in Sony's most recent release, however, the organization said a week ago that the figure was more than 1 million units. We have a contract with the people who go online with us, that we look after them and they are within the PlayStation curated universe.
I've asked Sony if it refused Microsoft's offer to enable cross-platform support on the PS4 version of Minecraft, and I'll update this story with any new information. Later this fall, the game will receive community servers for better customization options and utilities throughout gameplay. In this case, the latter pertains to the "Bedrock" version that is built for Windows 10 PCs, Apple TV, Oculus Rift, Gear VR, as well as iOS and Android devices. If you own Minecraft for your mobile or VR device, you'll get this as a free update this summer. As ever, Minecraft took some time on centre stage to announce some new features such a 4K support and cross-platform play - but seemingly, PlayStation owners will be left out in the cold on this one.
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The PS4 and Xbox 360 versions of Minecraft will retain their platform-specific names, while the Java version will formally be named Minecraft: Java Edition, which is what most players call it anyway.
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Eurogamer: Well, you must see that PlayStation owners are upset.