Minecraft: PlayStation 4 Edition is a game in the Minecraft franchise.[1] It was officially released on September 4, 2014, in all countries, one day ahead of the Xbox One version.

Biomes and World Sizes

Minecraft: PlayStation 4 Edition has four (4) world size settings, Classic, Small, Medium, and Large. There are also 22 confirmed biomes, with a trophy unlocked for finding 17 of the 22.

Some features of the game include the Superflat world feature that is in all the games as well as the generated villages and bonus chest.


As of 2018, there are numerous skin packs, texture packs, and mash-up packs. Texture packs include Steampunk, Pattern, Fantasy, Cartoon, Plastic, City, Natural, and Candy. As for skin packs, there are several spanning different genres of TV, movies, and video games including The Simpsons, Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers, Doctor Who, Star Wars, Final Fantasy XV, Moana, and Stranger Things as well as several original skin packs. The mash-up packs (which include the skin pack, texture pack, and a special themed world to explore) include Festive, Hallowen, Skyrim, Mass Effect, LittleBigPlanet, Egyptian Mythology, Norse Mythology, and Greek Mythology. Mini-Games have also been implemented into the PlayStation 4 Edition, allowing players to compete online in many different styles of competition on several different maps made by the developers. There are Battle Mini-Games and Glide Mini-Games.


The tutorial spawns a player near an unfinished house that they need to complete in the tutorial. They have to follow all the steps in the tutorial in order to be given the rest of the seed. A player can also choose to skip it. After the tutorial, a player can then go into an area that gives them examples of Trading, breeding, enchanting, ender chest, redstone use, homes, and more. There is also a small castle that can light up, if a player can fix it. There is a nearby village that is incorrect as well as a ship with a Creeper face on it in the distance.

As of the recent update to include horses, the tutorial level has been changed. It is now the same as the PlayStation Vita tutorial.


Minecraft: PlayStation 4 Edition and all other PlayStation editions of Minecraft do not currently use the cross-platform feature, disallowing cross-platform play. No explanation has been given regarding Sony's decision.



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