Sony Isn't Letting PS4 Gamers Play With Other Consoles

Posted June 15, 2017

During the conference of Microsoft last night, hosted at E3 2017, the support for crossplay has been announced for all versions of Minecraft, except for Sony.

Microsoft made some announcements at E3 this weekend, and one of which focused on the upcoming "Better Together" update for the very popular "Minecraft" game.

You may wonder why one would play Minecraft in 4K, right? (For example: "if you buy the Greek Mythology pack on Nintendo Switch, you'll also own it on the mobile, Xbox One and Windows 10 Editions too - no extra charge)". So, now, there's the core Minecraft game and three fragmented editions (PS4, Xbox 360 and Java) that aren't guaranteed to receive the same updates or cross-platform capabilities as the main version. They don not yet have any updates on Sony but the definitive goal is to bring all Minecraft players together, which is their main principle.

Microsoft bought Minecraft in 2014 for $2.5 billion, so it makes sense the Xbox One version is getting some love in the Better Together update.

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That certainly is a load of nonsense, especially when Nintendo (a company built on a family friendly image) is allowing the game to interact with other platforms.

The server browser is good news if you're looking for a fresh way to play the game. You'll have to play the Windows 10 Edition to take part, and not all of the consoles are included. Where was the PlayStation 4 mention you wonder? We'll be launching with four servers - Lifeboat, Mineplex, InPVP, and Cubecraft - with more to follow. Saved data, purchased content, and world progress will transfer over from the older versions of the game to the new one.

The first of those surprises, the "Super-Duper Graphics Pack", will be downloadable "this fall" as a free upgrade for the game. The organization said that it had more than 70 million month to month active users worldwide toward the end of March, while PlayStation Plus revealed 26.4 million paid users.