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‘Minecraft: PS3 Edition’ DLC texture packs discussed by 4J Studios

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4J Studios responded to a question regarding the release of future texture packs for “Minecraft: PS3 Edition.” In a short conversation from the official Twitter page of the company on Jan. 15, a fan asked if the video game will be getting more DLC in the future.

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A representative responded by confirming that there will be texture packs coming to “Minecraft: PS3 Edition.” In fact, the development is currently testing an unnamed DLC for release. You can check out some screenshots from the Playstation 3 version of “Minecraft,” along with some shots of “Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition,” in the slideshow to the left of this article and the short response below (courtesy of 4J Studios Twitter):

Yes, there will be. We're testing one at the moment.

The only DLC released for “Minecraft: PS3 Edition” so far is the Festive Skin Pack, which was made available at launch. The aforesaid texture packs gives players the option to change the look of the console ports of the open-world sandbox video game.

“Minecraft: PS3 Edition” was formally launched in the North American region on Dec. 17th in 2013. The video game costs $19.99 to download and install from the Playstation Store of the Playstation 3 current-generation console.

“Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition” has received all of the texture packs made by 4J Studios so far, including the licensed “Mass Effect” and “The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim” DLC.

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