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Minecraft is a game that has been created by Markus Persson (aka Notch) back in 2011. The game has been developed and published by Mojang and soon enough, the game has become very popular. Minecraft comes with multiple gameplay modes such as survival mode, where you will need to get resources to build the world and maintain your health or creative mode, where you will have unlimited resources to build whatever you want.

We remind you that Mojang has been purchased by Microsoft in September 2014 and back then, many Minecraft fans were worried that the company headquartered in Redmond will stop releasing new updates for this game on platforms such as iOS, Android, PS3 and PS4. Microsoft has reacted fast and confirmed that they will not stop releasing new updates for “rival” platforms.



4J Studios Company has announced today that they’ve released the Minecraft version 1.26 for PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita. This new Minecraft version fixed a few issues that were introduced in the previous update. Unfortunately, the new Minecraft 1.26 doesn’t come with any new features, but you can see what it does fix, in the list below:

– A bug that was causing the Guardians to no longer spawn after loading a save has been fixed;
– A restriction that was not allowing the players to change to third-person camera while running (or performing other actions) has been removed;
– An issue that was causing the sprint activation to be more sensitive has been fixed;
– An issue related to the Mushroom Block textures has been fixed (PlayStation 3).

It is good to know that the Minecraft for Xbox 360 has received the Title Update 35, while the Minecraft for Xbox One has received the Content Update 23.

If you didn’t play Minecraft for quite a while, then you should know that the Minecraft version 1.25 has been released this month, on April 6, 2016, and it has brought many new features such as improved sprint control, fixes to some issues, Huge Mushroom Blocks to Superflat and Creative menus, Minecraft Sounds to Audio Settings and Trophies.

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