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I love that commercial where the polar bears drink the Nuka Cola

Festive Pack for Minecraft: Windows 10, Fallout for Console Editions

The Windows 10 Edition of Minecraft got a big update earlier this week that brings the version number up to 1.0; though it's still in beta, apparently. Anyways, along with that update, there's some "Festive Mash-Up" DLC available to purchase so you can deck the halls and all that jazz. The console versions aren't being left out of the DLC fun as they just got the "Fallout Mash-Up" DLC.

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Free update that includes other content coming as well

Explore the Great Wall with the Minecraft Chinese Mythology Pack

Minecraft players on all consoles will get some new content next week with a free update and some paid DLC, the Chinese Mythology Mash-Up Pack. The latter will add a pre-made world with plenty of temples, monasteries, dragons, and more to discover, while the free update will add some requested content based on the Arctic biome.

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A full day before the Xbox One gets its own version.

Minecraft Sneaks Onto PS4 Today

Some proud PS4 owners might notice an extra item on the PSN today. Minecraft: PlayStation 4 Edition has finally arrived on the system in all of its cubical glory. Despite failing its Certification late last month, this version of the game beat the Xbox One's own launch by a full 24 hours. Featuring four player local co-op and eight player online, you and your friends can explore algorithmically generated words in stunning current gen definition.

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Minecraft on Consoles Outsells PC Version; 54 Million Copies Total Sold

I wonder if anybody at Mojang was actually opposed to putting Minecraft out on consoles. After all, there is less customization, the patches are released at a much slower rate, and the worlds are slightly less infinite than their PC counterparts. Such concerns are probably soothed by the unbelievably large amount of cash Mojang has obtained since launching it on other platforms. Minecraft has officially sold more copies on consoles than PC. 

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