Minecraft Xbox One Gets New Update, Adds Star Wars Prequel Skin Pack Trial Content And More
Minecraft, the popular game created by Mojang now available in all regions on consoles, PC and smartphones, has been receiving constant updates on all formats adding new features and content. The console versions of Minecraft have been receiving new content regularly in the form of new free updates and extra skin packs, which allow players to customize things further. A few hours ago a new update adding support for more skin packs has been released for the Xbox One version of the game.
The new Minecraft Xbox One Edition update adds Halloween 2015 Mash-up skin pack trial and content, allowing players to get into the Halloween mood. Also added by the new update is the Star Wars Prequel Skin Pack trial content, which allows players to use skins inspired by the popular Star Wars movies. It’s also been confirmed that the Halo Mash-up update is now available.
Exactly one month ago the Minecraft PlayStation Edition, available on PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita, has received a new update. The 1.20 update introduced the Doctor Who Skin pack trial and content as well as fixes for a memory leak which caused frame rate issues.
Earlier this month it’s been confirmed that a new flying cape is going to be introduced in the PC version of Minecraft in the future. Unlike the other capes currently available in the game, the new flying cape cannot be crafted and has to be found to be used. Once found, the cape will replace any other equipped cape.
Minecraft is now available on a variety of formats including PC, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One and smartphones. More on new content coming to the popular game created by Mojang will surely be coming soon and we will keep you updated on everything regarding the game as soon as possible so stay tuned for all the latest news.