4J Studios provided a small update regarding the PS3, PS4 and Playstation Vita versions of “Minecraft.” According to a message from the official Twitter page of the company on Oct. 30, a spokesperson disclosed that Sony visited the studio today, hinting that the ports may have been showcased in playable form.
Moreover, he also stated that the development team had to remove Xbox equipment during the visit. You can check out some screenshots from “Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition,” which was developed by 4J Studios, in the slideshow near the top of this article and the comments below:
We have a visit from Sony today at 4J in East Linton! Busy removing all Microsoft equipment for the day :(
The spokesperson went on to reveal that his company had an agreement with Microsoft stating that the Xbox equipment can’t be shown to anyone else. He also suggested that the development team would have acted the same way if the situation was reversed. You can check out his statement from the official 4J Studios Twitter page below:
Our agreements with Microsoft mean no-one can see our Xbox equipment. If Microsoft visits, we'd need to remove the Sony equipment.
4J Studios is currently working with both Sony and Microsoft. The studio is still updating “Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition” with new patches and downloadable contents. The team is also porting the open-world sandbox video game to the PS3, PS4, Playstation Vita and Xbox One.
“Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition” came out last year while the upcoming console ports of “Minecraft” currently have no official release dates announced. You can order the product from Amazon in the following link: “Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition”