The Xbox 360 version of the hit game Minecraft will be getting an update in the near future, with a lot of tweakings that will improve the overall gameplay experience.
Originally created by swedish programmer Markus Persson and released in 2011, Minecraft is a sandbox game that focuses on creativity and building, allowing players to build constructions out of textured cubes in a three dimensional world. In survival mode players are required to acquire resources and keep their health and hunger up to a certain amount; in creative mode players will have unlimited resources and no hunger nor health, allowing them to create buildings and objects without any limitation. A new harder mode named Hardcore was added to the game after release. The Xbox 360 version was developed by 4J Studios and released this Spring: this version has a newly designed crafting system, a new control interface and the possibility to play online on Xbox LIVE; the game will also support Kinect in the future.
The new upgrade will offer some tweakings and improvements on the game’s Hud, more recipes for crafting and a number of fixes for gameplay bugs as well as save files problems, graphical mistakes, missing sound effects, split screen mode glitches and many others.
4J Studios is putting a lot of efforts to improve the game’s performance, that’s for sure
There’s still no release date on the update, more news to come in the next days.
Article from Gamersyndrome.com