The Minecraft PS4 1.99 update patch notes have been confirmed today by developer Mojang, following the release of Minecraft Bedrock for the PlayStation 4. The update is available to download now for 1.7GB on Sony’s console. NOTE: Minecraft 2.00 PS4 update is now available!
New Minecraft Update PS4 – Minecraft PS4 1.99 Update Patch Notes
- Major update which adds “Bedrock Version of Minecraft to PlayStation 4”
- Bedrock version becomes default application for Minecraft on PlayStation and will be the only version to receive future feature updates
- New features in Bedrock include:
- Store: First and Third Party Developed DLC
- Cross-Platform Play
- World Conversion: Import Editions Saves into Bedrock
- Day One Import Wizard: automatically imports Editions settings and last used Skin.
- Management of Editions Save Games from within Bedrock
- DLC Entitlement transfer from Editions to Bedrock
- New Persona feature
- Changes in Menu UI
- Graphical enhancements
- New Mobs: Bees, Foxes
- New Block: Honey Block
- New Trophies
- Editions button: starts the Editions version of Minecraft
- New features in Editions include:
- Bedrock saves now appear in Editions saves list
- Added the ability to delete Bedrock saved games from within Editions
- Added “Launch New Minecraft” button to Main Menu
- Bug fixes.
- Engine optimization for improved performance.
- UI text and localization improvements.
- Minor bug fixes
- Minor bug fixes
Minecraft was released for Windows, Android, and iOS back in 2011, and has been released for the PlayStation 3, PlayStation Vita, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One, Wii U, Switch, and 3DS over the past eight ears.
While sales of the game have always been strong, Minecraft reached a huge milestone in May 2019, where it was confirmed the game has sold 176 million copies worldwide and becoming the best-selling video game of all time. Yes, even more than Tetris and Super Mario Bros.
In addition to the vanilla version of Minecraft, creator Mojang has released a number of spinoff titles, including Minecraft: Story Mode, Minecraft Earth, and Minecraft Dungeons. The series also spawned tons of clones, and a making-of documentary was released back in December 2012 titled Minecraft: The Story of Mojang.