"PlayStation is home to all the biggest and best game franchises in the world", Sony Interactive Entertainment worldwide studios chairman Shawn Layden said during a rapid-fire presentation of video trailers. Later this fall, the game will receive community servers for better customization options and utilities throughout gameplay.
There's not much more info about it at the moment, but we do know it's coming this autumn.
Minecraft on consoles is about to become even more open. Their biggest one being cross-platform play "between all devices" that access Minecraft.
In the blocky virtual world of Minecraft, you survive by digging and harvesting raw materials, "crafting" those ingredients into tools, weapons, and more refined materials, then using all that to survive the nightly onslaught of bad guys called mobs.
The Bring Together update will unify the console, mobile, Windows 10 and VR builds of Minecraft, so that all of these builds share exactly the same feature sets. In short, this means players will all be able to interact on the same online system - and take their progress with them on the move.
And for creators this obviously makes it easier for them to get their content out to potential players who could also pay them for it. Logging in to privately-run servers is very popular, because enterprising players and groups can run servers that turn the game into anything from arena combat simulators to mystery games.
Finally, Mojang is changing one of Minecraft's most defining features, the way it looks. Instead, a dedicated "Servers" tab will present players with a list of click-and-play destinations. The Xbox One is still playing catch up in terms of sales but with updates like these and technology like that, it should be able to close the gap in no time.
This update will only be available on Xbox One and Windows PC and will look best on Xbox One X and high-end PCs. But there's a way to make it happen: "You can apply those JSON edits or add-ons to your worlds, to your realms, and you can connect to those worlds from any platform", says Merriam.style="text-align: center;"