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PlayStation Vita Edition
PlayStation Vita Edition.jpg
Author(s)

Mojang logo.svg Mojang AB
4J.png 4J Studios

Platform(s)

Playstation Vita PlayStation Vita

Written in

C++

Latest version

1.61

Released

Digital (PSN)
October 14, 2014 (NA)
October 15, 2014 (Europe)
Retail
November 11, 2014 (NA)
November 19, 2014 (Europe)
November 21, 2014 (UK and Ireland)

Rating(s)

ESRB: Everyone (10+)
PEGI: Older (7+)
ACB: PG
DEJUS: 10[1]

Size

164 MB

License

Proprietary

Source available

N/A

Links

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Minecraft: PlayStation Vita Edition (or Minecraft: PS Vita Edition) is the edition of Minecraft for the handheld console PlayStation Vita in development by 4J Studios for and alongside Mojang.[2] A hidden teaser was hinted by 4J Studios on Twitter in April 2014 where you could see a PlayStation Vita displaying Minecraft in the background of the main focus of the image,[3] and a screenshot published a month later along with them confirming the edition was being developed.[4] Following the announcement, Jens Bergensten (Jeb) also added that it was based on PlayStation 3 Edition.[5]

PlayStation 3 Edition also has some level of connectivity with PlayStation Vita Edition; the game at the PlayStation Store incorporates the so called Cross-Buy feature, which makes you get one of the two editions for free when purchasing either one of them. Saved worlds are also transferable between the consoles.[6]

PlayStation Vita Edition also uses ad hoc networking for "on the go" and online multiplayer, but instead of 8 players in one game it supports up to 4 players, because it would have caused framerate issues in multiplayer.[citation needed]

PlayStation Vita Edition became available for purchase on the PlayStation Network on October 14 in North America and on October 15 in Europe.[7] It had a retail release in stores on November 11 (North America),[8] November 19 (Europe) and November 21 (United Kingdom and Ireland).[9]

Trivia[edit | edit source]

The game supported more than 4 players at some point during development.

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