4J Studios are in the process of releasing a brand new Minecraft update for both Xbox One and Xbox 360 platforms.
Unfortunately, content update 9 brings with it no new features and instead focuses on fixing a whole range of different bugs such as glitched redstone circuits and dodgy village generation.
Full patch notes below:
– More Redstone fixes.
– Increased minecart limit.
– Stopped tamed horses despawning when they are in a fenced-off area.
– Crafting a map now produces an Empty Map.
– Fixed a crash with a Noteblock.
– Fixed an issue with village generation.
– Fixed an issue with Witch Huts allowing other mobs to spawn in them after a reload.
– Fixed an issue where Blaze Spawners and Chests don’t appear in the Nether after a Nether Reset.
– Fixed a crash with Minecarts travelling through Nether Portals.
This Friday 4JStudios smash hit Minecraft will launch on the Xbox One. The best news though is that if you already own the game on the 360 you’ll be able to purchase the game for just £3.99!
You’ll also need to connect to Xbox Live with your account to qualify for the special price. If you don’t own the game already it will cost you £15.99 and a disc based version will be out around Christmas.
Minecraft on Xbox One will transfer all your existing worlds across from the Xbox 360 version, plus you’ll be able to play with seven friends on Xbox Live to build whatever you feel like?
Minecraft Xbox 360 Edition which is currently available for download on the Xbox LIVE Arcade is soon to hit retailers next month in the US. If you’re not one of the five million gamers who downloaded and contributed to the worldwide success of the title from 4J Studios, then maybe some retail therapy is in order?
In a console gaming world that often faces accusations of lacking invention and innovation we now have Minecraft, a game that can be whatever you choose to make it and that alone is something very, very special indeed.
The upcoming retail edition will include all previous updates and the long awaited TU9 patch which is currently in bug-testing before hitting Xbox LIVE.
If the retail version comes to Europe – we’ll be sure to let all of you Europeans known in due course…