Minecraft: PlayStation 4 Edition unceremoniously failed certification the first time around, but 4J Studios will be hoping that everything’s alright on the night at its second attempt. The British developer – which has handled all of the popular title’s console ports – announced on Twitter overnight that the game is back with Sony for testing. “Fingers crossed,” it wrote.
We suspect that the platform holder will make this a top priority, so don’t be surprised if it deploys early next month. In addition to boasting bigger worlds, this next-gen re-release will also allow you to see further into the distance, meaning that you’ll be able to admire your glass house from the other side of the map. Just don’t throw bricks at it, yeah?