Minecraft now supports cross play across mobile, PC and gaming consoles

Elizabeth Williams
June 14, 2017

Then, earlier today, it was revealed that the new Nintendo Switch version of Rocket League will have cross-play with Xbox One and PC, but not PS4.

According to Pysonix, Rocket League on Switch will be cross-network play with Xbox One and PC, but not the PS4, which can still only cross-play with PC.

So far, if you're playing a long in your notebook, we've been overwhelmed, underwhelmed and just plain whelmed at various points during 2017's E3 presentation splurge, courtesy of EA, Microsoft, Bethesda, Ubisoft, and Mr Pee Cee Gaming.

All versions of Minecraft will gain a big graphics update, enhancing the look and feel of everything in the game world - up to and including HDR and 4K resolutions for systems that support that kind of thing. "We are in discussions with our partners right now". The reason for that seemingly odd refusal, PlayStation global sales and marketing head Jim Ryan told Eurogamer, is that Sony believes it's "got to be mindful of our responsibility to our install base". Better Together is part of a larger push to transform Minecraft into a "creative platform". They want it to be the foundation for community-driven innovation, connection and creativity. Minecraft is also getting in-game multiplayer servers and new graphics. And with more than 100 million copies of Minecraft sold, it's a good bet plenty of people will try the servers. These allow players to mess around in completely unique worlds built by dedicated fans.

Massive servers will be introduced and player made content will be integrated for everyone to experience. Its Mojang studio continues to develop Minecraft Java Edition even as it brings its more advanced features to the Bedrock versions.

Well, you must see that PlayStation owners are upset. But, those who like to experiment with recipes are free to ignore the book completely.

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