Minecraft PS4 Crossplay Added With Newest Update (VIDEO)
The current generation of gaming brought with it many new innovative features, but one popular feature that became increasingly commonplace has been crossplay functionality. Several popular multiplatform games like Rocket League and Fortnite helped champion the feature, however, many gamers have been irked by Sony’s slower response to letting their PlayStation ecosystem compatible with crossplay-enabled games. One game with a massive user-base across many platforms has been Minecraft, which has yet to see Sony enable it for crossplay. However, it seems that the newest update for the game will finally bring Minecraft PS4 crossplay, as well as other new features.
Mojang recently confirmed that Minecraft PS4 crossplay was included with the new Bedrock update for the game in a blog post on their official Minecraft website detailing said update. Once the free update is downloaded, PS4 players will now be able to play with their friends on PC, Nintendo Switch, iOS, Android and more! It should be noted that these friends will also need to download the update themselves for the functionality to work both ways. The update also ensures that player Minecraft purchases on PS4 will be accessible with the same account when played on other platforms, and vice versa.
The new update, titled “Buzzy Bees,” also includes new bee-related content for the game, such as beehives, honeycombs and honey bottles. PS4 users are surely going to appreciate this new update, and will likely think it is the bee’s knees.
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