We’ve written this article to announce to the world that Minecraft has come with a last-minute fix update for PS4. We found out what’s new with this update and we thought you’d like to hear about it, too.
The holiday update for PS4
The 4J Studios have released a new update for Minecraft PlayStation 4 edition. Just last week they have released the holiday update for PS4 and on some other platforms, too. Then they have come with a follow-up update that’s available now to download on PS4. Also, 4J Studios announced that they’d support the game into the new year on numerous platforms.
What are the patch notes that come with the update for PS4?
Patch 1.84 – change log, from the date of the 21st of December of 2018. They came with a fix for a crash that takes place when loading a world or simply exploring an existing world. They also came with a fix for Salmon, Tropical Fish and Pufferfish dropping Cod when they get killed.
These are all the patch notes for this update. 4J Studios will continue to support Minecraft PlayStation 4 Edition, Nintendo Switch and Xbox One into the new year. Other systems, such as PS3, PS Vita, Xbox 360, and Nintendo Wii U will not receive any future updates – or at least, not that we know of so far.
On what devices is the game available?
The game is now available on many devices, like PS3, PS Vita, PS 4, PC, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, Xbox 360 and smartphones around the world. And it’s understandable, since it’s the most popular game from the entire world, that has sold millions of copies around the world.
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