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‘Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition’ developer teases another look at PS3 and PS4 ports

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4J Studios posted another potential look at the upcoming Playstation ports of “Minecraft.” A representative from the studio revealed a photo on Dec. 12 through the official Twitter page of the company, showing off some of the new toys that are based on two of the creatures that appear in the open-world sandbox video game.

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The background of the images features two flat-screen monitors stack on top of each other. The displays provide a look at either the PS3 and/or the PS4 ports of the title. You can check out the new photo, as well as a few shots of “Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition” in the slideshow to the left of this article.

4J Studios previously stated that the PS3 version of the open-world sandbox video game is nearly complete with some additional bugs that still need to be addressed. The development team also managed to get the same product running on the PS4. Both Playstation console versions of the title will be based on the previously-released “Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition.” Aside from the resolution difference, the ports should look and play the same on all consoles.

The same studio is also planning to port “Minecraft” to the Playstation Vita and Xbox One. The TU14 patch (along with new DLC packs) for “Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition” is also in development at 4J Studios.


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