Minecraft, the building blocks game that took over the world by storm seems to be on its way to become the first truly cross platform game, between Sony’s PlayStation 4 and the Microsoft Xbox One.
According a screenshot of a tweet by Mojang (which has now been deleted) on KeenGamer, Minecraft will now support true cross-platform support, ahead of the upcoming Minecon this year. Available only for Minecraft Realms for the time being, players will be able to invite their mobile gaming friends as well. Realms allows players to host sessions on rented servers for a monthly subscription. Earlier, the cross platform support was only available for Anroid, iOS, PC and Xbox Live.
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