The sheer popularity of Minecraft
on the Xbox 360, which saw millions of creators purchasing a copy, was undoubtedly a major contributing factor as to why Minecraft: Xbox One Edition
is a thing. The overall quantity of news for the game hasn't been extraordinarily high, but then again, Mojang has done a great job of answering the types of questions that many undoubtedly had about it. For instance, we already know that saves will transfer from the 360 to the One
, and other relevant details such as a release window, and a discounted price to upgrade
for those who have already purchased Minecraft
on the Xbox 360 have also been shared.
This time around there may not be any more meaty details, but these screens do give a glimpse of a pretty spectacularly-made castle, as well as a shot of the vastness of the world itself. Minecraft
is set to release on the Xbox One in August.