Minecraft is Getting a Native PS5 Version

Those who own the game's PS4 version can begin testing its PS5 upgrade on the console starting today.

Posted By | On 21st, Jun. 2024

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Recent leaks claimed that Minecraft was set to receive a native PS5 release, with the game seemingly having been spotted on the PlayStation Store database, and that has now been officially confirmed. Mojang has announced that Minecraft is receiving a native PS5 update.

A date for the PS5 release is currently unknow, but the company has launched a test of the same. Those who own a PS5 and a have a PS4 version of Minecraft can preview the game. The preview version includes Realms as well as the new Tricky Trials Update, but multiplayer or the store aren’t included. As you would expect, Mojang says the goal of the preview build is to collect feedback from the community, catch bugs, and improve and polish the experience.

Currently, there’s no specific word on how long Mojang intends to test the game or when it will release for PS5 natively. Until then, players can, of course, continue to play Minecraft’s PS4 version on PS5 through backward compatibility.


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