Minecraft Cross Play and 4K Update
- Author: Carolyn Briggs Jun 12, 2017,
Jun 12, 2017, 5:17
One, users will be able to play together.
Mojang announced during Microsofts E3 Press Conference that all Minecraft Servers across PC, Console, Mobile, and VR will be combining this fall. Minecraft will be having a complete cross play support but with a twist.
One of the biggest games in the world is doing something no game has done before: connecting all of its players, regardless of platform. However, it has not yet been confirmed as to when PlayStation players will join this update.
Obviously, the One X is insanely powerful, so it makes sense to give Minecraft a bit more graphical power.
The server browser is good news if you're looking for a fresh way to play the game. Currently, server access requires complicated log-in procedures.
Since its initial release in 2009, Minecraft has created possibilities for entrepreneurship.
Joining CubeCraft's Skyworld multiplayer online server for will be easier with a summer Minecraft update.
"We've been doing that with PS3 and PC, PS4 and PC most recently with Street Fighter 5 and Rocket League and other games".
This focus on entrepreneurship can be seen in the Better Together upgrade of the Minecraft Marketplace feature. These include new MODS, more fossils to excavate, fireworks and banners.
What do you think about the unification of platforms? So if you have a friend who is using say an Xbox, and you are using a smartphone - both of you good people will still be able to interact and do stuff together. The Windows 10, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and mobile versions of the game all share the same code.