Minecraft for PS Vita was released in Japan last year, on March 19, and on April 24, 2016, total sales numbers of the game have surpassed one million units (1,001,468 sales, more exactly), including the retail (763,000) and download version.
Japanese students from the elementary and middle school look playing Minecraft: PlayStation Vita Edition and the numbers can prove this. No less than 1,645,000 units of the Minecraft series have been sold for PlayStation 4 and 3 (digital only), becoming a top seller and it seems that things are going great for Mojang.
Two months ago, the Playstation Vita recorded almost 30,000 sales in Japan, topping the gaming hardware in this country, while the Playstation 4 version occupied the second place.
Recently, Minecraft for PS4, PS3 & PS Vita has received update 1.26 with fixes for Guardians, who no longer spawn after loading a save; a bug that restricted changing to third-person camera while running or performing other actions was fixed; sprint activation was more sensitive, so this problem has been fixed; while the PS3 version had an issue with Mushroom Block textures.
Update 1.25 was released on April 6 and it brought new Minecart Sounds to Audio Settings, six new Trophies, better sprint control, Mushroom Blocks to the Creative and Superflat menus and many fixes for lots of issues.
Minecraft was created by Markus “Notch” Persson and published in 2011 by Mojang, but the company was purchased in November 2014 by Microsoft and the new owner continued to release updates not only for its proprietary Xbox consoles, but for other platforms as well. In this game, players are building constructions using textured cubes and explore a 3D procedurally generated world, gather resources, craft and combat. There are four modes available for players: survival mode, creative mode, adventure mode and spectator mode.
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