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‘Minecraft: PS3 Edition’ screenshots secretly teased by 4J Studios

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While showing off the new Xbox 360 4GB Minecraft bundle, 4J Studios purposely posed the camera shot in order to secretly display two different screens in the background running the upcoming Playstation 3 version of the popular title as proof that the game is currently working on the Sony console. The developer teased the image via their official Twitter account on Dec 10 after recently stating that they have made steady progress on the PS3 edition of Minecraft as the list of known issues continues to dwindle.

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This isn’t the first time that 4J Studios have hidden the first look at upcoming projects for fans to discover. A similar tactic was used to unveil the first screens from the game’s original mash-up pack. New skin and texture packs are also often times teased after the developer makes screen captures of the future content their new Twitter page image to offer gamers a secret glimpse at their many projects.

Minecraft: PS3 Edition will contain all title updates and DLC that is currently available for Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition when it releases. Versions of the hit block building game are also currently in development for the Xbox One, Playstation 4, and PS Vita.

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