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Minecraft lays its last brick on Xbox 360, other last-gen consoles

3 monthes ago   |   By Ars Technica

Enlarge / 4J Studios' collection of "legacy" console dev kits are being sent off to pasture, and that means those consoles will no longer receive official Minecraft updates.
Following an announcement earlier this year, Microsoft and Mojang have followed through on bad news for owners of Minecraft on older game systems. Yesterday marked the end of development on the popular game's "legacy" branch.
That means if you still play Minecraft on the game's first-ever console port platform, the Xbox 360 , this week's 1.83 patch is the last one you can expect to ever receive. The same goes for...
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