PlayStation 4 Gets Cross-Play Support For Minecraft Bedrock

Minecraft players on PlayStation 4 is getting all the future updates, access to Minecraft Marketplace, and cross-play with Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, Windows 10, iOS and Android today.

PlayStation 4 players will also have their purchases and progress carry across platforms. That means worlds, skins, min-games, and mas up packs available on the Minecraft Marketplace will all be accessible across every platform. Last but not least, they can upgrade to the new Bedrock version of the game free of charge. Just log in to Minecraft and the new update will install automatically.

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