Minecraft transformed from a game to a massive creative platform. There are no more edition names but just a simple title for all: Minecraft.
What we are talking about here is what users chose to play more. In September, Microsoft and Mojang released the Better Together update on Windows 10, Xbox One, iOS, and Android. Until this update, players formed individual marketplaces but now, everyone can access any of these market places with the help the most popular private servers like Lifeboat into the core game. For the Xbox One, Minecraft a graphical power 4K of the visual apprise. Shortly, Minecraft will be the service number one you’ll need to have access to plainly all things Minecraft.
If it happens to have an older version for Xbox One Edition, this version stays attached on your device and the new one you can get it for free. But it seems that players are devoted to the previous version and the game is rated 4.5 stars out 5, compared to the newer version with 2.5 stars out of 5.
In the review tab can be found a lot of disappointing reactions for the new Minecraft concept: The Xbox One Edition was designed for Xbox, this version is literally a port from PC. The creative inventory is disarray and difficult to navigate, placing blocks is much slower as being precise is terribly difficult. The graphics are a disgrace, the game crashes every 30 minutes, everything is laggy. And other comment goes like this one above because other editions were primarily created for a precise platform that it should belong to, Minecraft for a specified class of Xbox. The users now have to obey the rules or keep playing the Xbox One edition, because Mojang and Microsoft don’t have any plans for a revision on the Better Together update.