The 1.03 patch change has been posted for the recently-released “Minecraft: PS3 Edition.” According to a report from Now Gamer on Jan. 14, the new title update addresses several issues that are plaguing the console port of “Minecraft” on Sony’s current-generation console.
The new patch will be fixing the save file corruption caused while playing online or through split-screen multiplayer. The “No DLC offers available” error message has also been eliminated when trying to convert to the trial version to the full game. The other notable change includes general stability and performance improvements. You can check out a few screenshots from “Minecraft: PS3 Edition” and “Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition” with the slideshow on the left of this article. The full change log for the 1.03 title update is located below (courtesy of Now Gamer):
- Fix for issue in multiplayer/splitscreen which could cause save file corruption.
- Fix for memory issue causing random game freezes and exits to XMB.
- Fix for being unable to join games at times (“The host has exited the game” message incorrectly being displayed).
- Fix for splitscreen crash on adding a player when language is Russian.
- Fix for issue which can prevent leaderboard updates and some trophy awards.
- Fix for issue causing “No DLC offers available” message when converting trial to full version.
- Fix for game render glitch when a new streaming music track starts up.
- Fix for a lighting issue on a network client.
- Fix for the block damage decal being incorrectly offset
- Fix for selected item text not fading off screen if a menu is opened when it’s visible.
- Fix for “Where are we now” music disc
- Fix for issue with Ghasts firing at certain angles
- A few rendering performance improvements
4J Studios should move on with other projects if the 1.03 patch manages to fix a majority of the issues with “Minecraft: PS3 Edition,” which was released through the Playstation Store on Dec. 17th of 2013. The development team is also planning to release the TU14 patch for “Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition.”
Furthermore, the studio is also developing the open-world sandbox video game on the PS4, Playstation Vita and Xbox One platforms. The release dates for the three forthcoming console versions of “Minecraft” have not yet been announced.