Official Minecraft PS4 vs PS3 and Xbox One vs Xbox 360 Screenshot Comparison
Minecraft is one of the most successful and prosperous games ever developed. The game can undoubtedly be recognized as the modern day substitution of Nintendo's good old Mario of the 90's. The game gained colossal fame on its original platform: PC, it was then developed and released for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. The next-gen versions of Minecraft are still in development, and below is the screenshot comparison showing how well the development work is proceeding.
4J Studios Officially Compares Next-gen Versions of Minecraft to the Last-Gen Versions
As of what we pick up from the frequent tweets by 4J Studios, it looks like the developer is working persistently to create the best Minecraft game for both latest PlayStation 4 and Xbox One consoles, and soon the players will get to play with the next-gen versions of the worldwide critically acclaimed sandbox world-builder indie video game.
4J Studios tweeted four new screenshots recently, each from PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Xbox One and Xbox 360 versions of the game. The comparison screenshots show how well the next-gen versions of the game are turning out as well as how Minecraft PS4 and Xbox One versions look compared to the PS3 and Xbox 360 versions.
Below is the official Minecraft PS4 vs PS3 and Xbox One vs Xbox 360 screenshot comparisons. Each comparison pair is followed by a gif (courtesy of Kotaku) so that you can spot the differences clearly. Of course, you will have to open the gif's in new tab to get them working.
Minecraft PS4 vs PS3
Minecraft Xbox One vs Xbox 360
According to 4J Studios, the world size of Minecraft PS4 and Xbox One is going to be 36 times the in-game world area of Minecraft PS3 and Xbox 360. Already released on many gaming platforms including PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, Minecraft will next hit PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita and Xbox One. The release date of the game on these platforms has not yet officially been confirmed.
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