Minecraft PS4 fails certification

The PS4 version of Minecraft has failed Sony’s certification process, meaning that it’ll have to be fixed before it’s finally released.

“Sony found some issues we have to fix in their final test of Minecraft PS4,” confirmed Minecraft console developer 4J Studios in Twitter post on Wednesday.”We’re fixing, but we need to go through the process again,” it added.

4J Studios was hoping to released the PS Vita, PS4 and Xbox One versions this month, although it’s unknown if this new issue will cause a delay.

If you already own the Xbox 360 or PlayStation 3 version of Minecraft, you can get the game on Xbox One or PS4 for $5, and your saves will carry forward. When it’s released, the PS Vita version of Minecraft will be available as a cross-buy game with the PS3 iteration.

Minecraft, an open-ended sandbox game, has been an incredible success since its full release on PC in 2011. The game has since sold around 54 million copies across all platforms, and it’s even possible that it could come to Nintendo platforms like the Wii U or 3DS someday


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