The Bedrock Edition finally comes to the PS4.
Minecraft remains one of the most popular and most played (and most viewed) games of all time. It’s something that’s basically been on every platform and in the new age of crossplay, it’s also been one experience that’s become more and more unified as time has gone on, which was one of the purposes of the Bedrock Edition of the game. There has been one big exception to that with the PS4, but now even that bridge has fallen.
As announced by the PlayStation Blog, the Bedrock Edition will launch tomorrow on the system. The game will not only unify Sony’s system with multiple other ports, it will also allow the PS4 version of the game access to the Minecraft Marketplace to purchase skins, worlds and a variety of other things.
The PlayStation 4 version of Minecraft Bedrock Edition will launch December 10th and those already with the PS4 version of the game will get a free update, though you will be required to have a Xbox Live account.