And with more than 100 million copies of Minecraft sold, it's a good bet plenty of people will try the servers.
"Our goal is to connect everyone together and, spiritually, that's what we're moving toward", executive producer Jesse Merriam was quoted as saying by Mashable.
Sony's track record for allowing cross-platform play has been good so far, but perhaps they didn't want to offer it with their key competitor in the console space. 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. Originally the game was written in Java programming language. On the other hand, those with the "Bedrock" version will simply go by "Minecraft".
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"We can't speak for Sony", Minecraft communications boss Aubrey Norris told GamesBeat.
The game began its journey in 2009 as an alpha version.
Microsoft also detailed changes coming to Minecraft graphics this fall in another update. But none of these new cross-platform features will work on PlayStation 4. "This pack will be available on Xbox One and Windows 10, performing best on high-end PCs and the Xbox One X", Microsoft said in a blog post.
Additionally, an update for Minecraft this year will add 4K support and more graphical options.
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