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Thursday, 17 April 2014 07:08

Minecraft on PS3 to get disc release

Written by David Stellmack

To hit dealer shelves on May 14th

With over 1.5 million downloads in the PlayStation Store, the PlayStation 3 version of Minecraft still has some ground to make up if it is going to catch up to the Xbox 360 release. To help with the sales or maybe just to give the PlayStation 3 version some additional visibility, a disc release for Minecraft is coming out just like it did on the Xbox 360.

Set to arrive on May 14th, the disc edition for the PlayStation 3 will have everything that has been released so far up to and including update 14.

In other news, 4J Studios who is responsible for the console conversions has confirmed that it continued to work on the PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, and Xbox One versions of Minecraft. While the have apologized for how long it is taking to get completed, the have assured everything that versions for these consoles are coming soon.

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