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Minecraft - Xbox One

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  • According to a report from Gamespot, "Minecraft" (which was released 4 years ago), sold over 16 million copies for PC and MAC versions. In February, it had 14 million copies sold for PC and MAC, and a total of 54 millions copies sold across all platforms.In concordance with Mojang, "Minecraft" will come on Xbox One with all the features that Xbox 360 version, and will cost 19.99 dollars. Loyal players who already have "Minecraft" on their Xbox 360, will be able to upgrade to the new "Minecraft: Xbox One" version for only 4.99 dollars.Developers Mojang has made it official that "Minecraft: Xbox One Edition" will arrive at the Xbox Live Marketplace with an August release date.According to the official posted in Xbox website, Minecraft: Xbox One Edition will allow players to import their saved Minecraft worlds onto Xbox One."That's right: You don't have to start from scratch. You can just keep going, right where you left off! That goes for most (but not all) of your downloadable skins and texture packs, though not all of them will make the jump."However, Xbox One saves cannot be transferred to Xbox 360, because of the challenge in squeezing a larger world into a smaller one.There is one problem, "Minecraft: Xbox One Edition" limits players to eight when it launches in August. Several fans got disappointed after the news, as this is the same number of players allowed in the current Xbox 360 version.A from Microsoft Games Studios Producer Roger Carpenter assured everyone that this is not going to be the case forever.@PopsRamjet tweeted " will be 8 player at release but we will continue working to allow more players in a future update!"Minecraft enthusiasts are currently 12 million strong on Xbox.

    According to the official posted in Xbox website, Minecraft: Xbox One Edition will allow players to import their saved Minecraft worlds onto Xbox One.

  • According to a report from Gamespot, "Minecraft" (which was released 4 years ago), sold over 16 million copies for PC and MAC versions. In February, it had 14 million copies sold for PC and MAC, and a total of 54 millions copies sold across all platforms.In concordance with Mojang, "Minecraft" will come on Xbox One with all the features that Xbox 360 version, and will cost 19.99 dollars. Loyal players who already have "Minecraft" on their Xbox 360, will be able to upgrade to the new "Minecraft: Xbox One" version for only 4.99 dollars.Developers Mojang has made it official that "Minecraft: Xbox One Edition" will arrive at the Xbox Live Marketplace with an August release date.According to the official posted in Xbox website, Minecraft: Xbox One Edition will allow players to import their saved Minecraft worlds onto Xbox One."That's right: You don't have to start from scratch. You can just keep going, right where you left off! That goes for most (but not all) of your downloadable skins and texture packs, though not all of them will make the jump."However, Xbox One saves cannot be transferred to Xbox 360, because of the challenge in squeezing a larger world into a smaller one.There is one problem, "Minecraft: Xbox One Edition" limits players to eight when it launches in August. Several fans got disappointed after the news, as this is the same number of players allowed in the current Xbox 360 version.A from Microsoft Games Studios Producer Roger Carpenter assured everyone that this is not going to be the case forever.@PopsRamjet tweeted " will be 8 player at release but we will continue working to allow more players in a future update!"Minecraft enthusiasts are currently 12 million strong on Xbox.

    Minecraft on Xbox One allows for worlds to be created that are up to 36 times bigger than the worlds possible on Xbox 360. The game will support four player split-screen for local play, and can accommodate up to eight players at a time via Xbox Live.

  • The long road to getting Minecraft onto the Xbox One could be swiftly coming to an end as developer 4J Studios has announced that Minecraft: Xbox One Edition has been sent to Microsoft for its final testing. This is similar to what happened previously with Minecraft: Playstation 4 Edition, which ended…..

Minecraft: Xbox One Edition - Microsoft Store

"We're finally able to share news about Minecraft on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita," the site reads. "Apologies for the delay, but putting Minecraft on new consoles is a serious business."