Minecraft is Going 4K and TOTALLY Cross-platform

Today dur­ing Microsoft­’s Xbox E3 event Microsoft revealed that some pret­ty excit­ing major changes are com­ing to Minecraft. Com­ing this fall, what they have titled the “Super Duper Graph­ics Pack” will bring 4K visu­als to Minecraft, and they look great.

Minecraft is Going 4K and TOTALLY Cross-platform

Next they are set to intro­duce new in game servers allow­ing play­ers to access each one from an easy to use menu, replac­ing the longer, more com­pli­cat­ed method in use now. New servers will be pro­vid­ed by four part­ners: Lifeboat, InPvP, Mine­plex and CubeCraft.

Also announced was Minecraft’s “Bet­ter Togeth­er” update bring­ing cross-plat­form play to Win­dows 10, Xbox One, Nin­ten­do Switch, VR, iOS and Android. Sad­ly it looks like PlaySta­tion is not includ­ed in this amaz­ing new feature.


Minecraft gets its 4k update in the fall to coin­cide with the Launch of Xbox One X, no word on when the oth­er fea­tures will arrive. My guess is around the same time as the Super Duper Graph­ics Pack.

Oth­er cool Xbox only fea­tures include “Minecraft Relms”, a fea­ture that gives play­ers access to sub­scrip­tion based, pri­vate, ded­i­cat­ed Min­craft servers for up to 10 peo­ple on Xbox One.

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