A representative from 4J Studios has issued several statements in regards to a few of the contents from “Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition.” According to an exchange from the company’s Twitter page on Sept. 4, a fan wanted the company to explain why it took longer to developer TU12 as opposed to the mash-up pack even though the latter is larger in terms of file size. The representative responded by saying that size has nothing to do with development, disclosing that most of the size in the “Mass Effect” mash-up pack was taken up by the new music tracks. You can take a look at some screens from the game in the slideshow to the left of this article and his comments below:
Size doesn't matter! Most of the size of the Mash-up Pack is the music.
The same representative also provided a brief update on the upcoming TU13 patch. He once again reiterated that the newest version of “Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition” will mainly focuses on bug fixing. The development team behind the 4J Studios is “working through” the glitches that have been reported. You can check out the statement from the studio’s Twitter page below:
TU13 will be a bug fix update. We're working through the reported bugs.
The “Mass Effect” mash-up pack for “Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition” is now available for $3.99 through the Xbox Live Marketplace. In addition to the upcoming TU13 patch, the development team at 4J Studios is also working to release more mash-up pack DLC expansions for the Xbox 360 port of “Minecraft.”