When Microsoft announced its blockbuster plans to make Minecraft cross-platform compatible, the PlayStation 4 was notably absent from the list.
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While the Xbox One X reveal dominated the headlines from Microsoft's E3 press conference, the firm made another huge announcement: Minecraft is going cross-platform.
If you're looking for the ultimate mobile Minecraft experience, look no further than the Nintendo Switch: Microsoft has announced that the game port is now available.
This Spring, Microsoft will open its Minecraft Marketplace, an online store that will supply third-party maps, avatar skins, texture packs and other items across the modern platforms supported by the game.
If you're still in the market for an Xbox One S, you need to look at this deal, and then move very quickly. This is a one-day deal only.
Microsoft is celebrating the huge success of its Minecraft: Pocket Edition mobile offering and talking up its plans for the future.
Microsoft announced today that it will bring a Holiday Update to Minecraft on Xbox and other consoles in December.
Today, Microsoft announced the availability of Minecraft: Education Edition in over 50 countries around the world.
Microsoft announced today that Minecraft: Education Edition will be available for purchase on November 1. This public release follows a months-long early access program during which 35,000 students and educators tested the product.
The Xbox One S bundles just keep on coming: Today, Microsoft announced he Xbox One S Minecraft Favorites Bundle, which combines a 500 GB version of the console with a digital copy of Minecraft: Xbox One Edition and some interesting Minecraft goodies.
One year ago today, Microsoft released Minecraft on Windows 10. Since then, the game has had 12,000 code check-ins, 6000 bugs squashed, 15 major updates and "oodles" of new features, the firm reports.
Today, Microsoft is releasing the early access version of Minecraft: Education Edition to educators, meeting the schedule it had previously announced. This release gives educators a chance to install and try an early version of the experience for free.
Nearly two years after it was acquired by Microsoft, Minecraft sales have soared past the 100 million mark, with the game now selling at a pace of 53,000 units per year this year. Started as an indie game project, Minecraft is now one of the most successful video games of all time.
Microsoft has started its Minecraft: Education Edition beta testing. And while the school-related spin off is only officially available to schools and educators, we got bits and a first look at some of the changes made to the game.
Microsoft today revealed the pre-release schedule for Minecraft: Education Edition, with a limited beta version shipping in May and a broader Early Access program starting in June. Any educator will be able to download and try the early access version for free.