|Minecraft: PlayStation 4 Edition|
Minecraft: PlayStation 4 Edition is a game in the Minecraft franchise. It was officially released on September 4, 2014, in all countries, one day ahead of the Xbox One version. The game is mostly similar to the PlayStation 3 Edition and is the same price as it in some countries.
Biomes and World Sizes
Minecraft: PlayStation 4 Edition has four (4) world size settings, Classic, Small, Medium, and Large. There are also 22 confirmed biomes, with a trophy unlocked for finding 17 of the 22.
Some features of the game include the Superflat world feature that is in all the games as well as the Generated Villages and Bonus Chest.
As of Early September, there are numerous skin and texture packs. For texture packs, there is currently the default, city, fantasy, natural, candy, and plastic texture packs. As for skin packs, there are The Battle and Beast Packs 1 & 2, The Skin Pack 1 & 2, as well as the default skin pack.
The demo spawns the player near an unfinished house that they need to complete in the tutorial. They have to follow all the steps in the tutorial in order to be given the rest of the seed. The player can also choose to skip it. After the tutorial, the player can then go into an area that gives them examples of Trading, breeding, enchanting, ender chest, redstone use, homes, and more. There is also a small castle that can light up, if the player can fix it. There is a nearby village that is all messed up as well as a ship with a Creeper face on it in the distance.
As of the recent update to include horses and such, the tutorial level has been changed. It is now the same as the PlayStation Vita tutorial.
Minecraft: PS4 edition and all other Sony editions of Minecraft will not receive Cross-Play with the other console/PE/Windows 10 editions due to Sony refusing to make it possible on their consoles. Currently, Sony has not released an official explanation as to why. Many Sony players (as a result of the lack of Cross-Play) are now switching to other versions of the game.