4J Studios, the developer of “Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition,” has confirmed that the TU12 patch for the video game has passed the certification test. According to a message from the official Twitter page of the company on Aug. 23, a representative from the company revealed that the title update is currently “rolling out” although the download may not be initially available for select regions. You can take a look at some screens of the TU12 patch in the slideshow near the top of this article and the statement from 4J Studios on Twitter below:
TU12 has passed Microsoft Cert test, and is rolling out now! May take some time to be available everywhere. #MinecraftXBLA
The TU12 patch was sent to Microsoft roughly two weeks ago. The title update underwent a long testing procedure in order to get certified for release. 4J Studios mentioned in the past that they had to remove as assortment of glitches before sending out the patch for release. The developer also had to rebuild a large portion of the software architecture in order to add new features and address several issues.
With the new title update, “Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition” now supports mash-up and texture packs. These new downloadable content expansions will give players the ability to further customize the visual aspects of the open-world sandbox video game.
“Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition” was initially made available as a download-only video game on the Xbox Live Marketplace. It has since been released at retailers as a physical disc product. The video game has sold more than eight million copies so far.