Minecraft is a very popular game that’s available for consoles, mobile devices and PC. The game was developed by Mojang and released for Windows PC, OS X, Linux, iOS and Android back in 2011.
In 2012, the game was released for Xbox 360 and one year later, it arrived for PlayStation 3. The game was finally released for current-gen Xbox One and PlayStation 4 consoles in 2014.It is good to know that Mojang is currently owned by Microsoft, after the giant company has purchased it for 2.5 billion dollars, in 2014.
Today we’re going to talk about the Minecraft Title Update 31, a patch that will be released for Xbox One, Xbox 360, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita which comes with a new content that was previously released for Windows PC. The new update also features new mobs such as Guardians, Elder Guardians, Chicken Jockeys, Rabbits and Endermites.
In addition, this update also brings new biomes such as: Ice Spikes, Deep Ocean, Mesa, Mega Taiga, Roofed Forest, Forest, Savanna, Extreme Hills+, Snowless Taiga, Birch and over 20 new Technical Biomes. In addition, you will be able to collect a whole new garden of flowers, catch and cook rabbits or fish for a variety of fresh marine animals.
It is good to know that the new deep ocean biome also includes the underwater dungeons, which has been added recently to the Minecraft: PC version. These new dungeons come with new enemies and a Guardian boss.
When this big update will be released for consoles, the Minecraft on consoles will be pretty much identical to the Minecraft: PC version. We say that it will pretty much identical, but there will be still missing a few items.
The Title Update 31 was submitted on December 9, 2015 to Sony and Microsoft and according to Eurogamer, the patch will be released soon for Xbox One, Xbox 360, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita.