Launching this August for the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita is Minecraft. Already topping the charts on PlayStation 3, the PS4 version of the game was given an E3 gameplay trailer this week, briefly showing off co-op, PlayStation-themed skins (which may be sold separately), and more.
When Minecraft arrives on PS4, it will cost $19.99 for new purchasers, while anyone who owns Minecraft on PS3 can upgrade for $4.99. Also, you can transfer your saves from the PS3 version of the game to PS4, but due to technical issues, you can’t transfer from PS4 to PS3. Cross-platform play between PS4 and PS3/PS Vita won’t be supported either.
For more information on the PS4 and PS Vita versions of Minecraft, head over here.