How to play Minecraft on your Xbox One, PS4, or PC
IGN Xbox One and PlayStation 4 owners can now start playing Minecraft on their devices, with new updates coming to the game’s server and browser.
As of right now, you’ll be able to play online multiplayer through the Xbox One’s Minecraft server, and through your PlayStation 4’s Minecraft client.
In the coming weeks, we’ll have a guide on how to install and configure Minecraft on these consoles, and we’ll share further details on how you can download the game from Xbox Live.
This new feature means that Minecraft will be available for Xbox One owners as well as PlayStation 4 and PC owners, with Xbox Live Gold members able to access the game for free.
This will include Xbox One players, who can access the online server by signing in to their account, and PC users, who will be able access the client by going to the console’s download page.
Minecraft is currently available on Xbox One for $9.99, while PS4 owners will be seeing the game as a $9-10 upgrade, with the Xbox Live edition starting at $49.99.
This means that you’ll have to wait until November 10 to pick up the game.
Minecraft’s launch on Xbox Live is also coming at the same time as a new version of Minecraft, version 1.8, is being released.
As with Minecraft 1.7, 1.9, and 1.10, Minecraft 1 and 1,9.9 are the only versions of the game available to purchase.
Minecraft 1.5, released in February, was the first official update to Minecraft, which was launched in April 2014.
The game was launched to a great reception, but it also suffered from major technical issues.
Minecraft 1 was plagued by a number of bugs and crashes that plagued the game in the coming months.
Minecraft One owners will also be able download the 1.1 update from Microsoft’s official Minecraft website, which will add support for the latest Xbox 360 and PS3 controllers, Xbox One backward compatibility, and Xbox Live Achievements.
As for PC owners?
There’s a new patch coming for Minecraft 1, 1, 2, and 3, but that’s not the only new feature that’s coming in Minecraft 1 1.6.
It also includes a number new features and tweaks, including a new way to set difficulty settings, a more robust system for setting up and saving your worlds, and an improved multiplayer server browser.
This update is part of Microsoft’s commitment to the Minecraft community, and is intended to bring the game to all Xbox Live subscribers.
It will also bring a new Minecraft update to Windows 10 and Windows Server 2016.