PlayStation players can finally see what the rest of the world was up to in Minecraft

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Sony is finally, better-late-than-never, allowing cross-play in Minecraft. The Bedrock Update is coming to the PlayStation 4 version of the game. This will bring the PS4 version up to date with every other platform. The main roadblock to PlayStation getting the update was Sony’s refusal to allow cross-play with its rival in Redmond. That corporate resistance has faded as games like Fortnite and Rocket League have demanded it.

The Bedrock update originally launched in 2011 for iOS, and it subsequently launched on other platforms throughout the years. This update will also allow PlayStation players to purchase the in-game DLC that’s been available for so long. Rejoice! You can give Sony and Microsoft more money at the same time.