Minecraft 1.20 Update Released Along With Doctor Who Skin Pack, Oculus Rift Support To Be Added In 2016, And More

You and your kids will need to make weapons and buildings in Minecraft while getting ready for the dreaded night when Evil creatures wake up and try to harm you. In case you don’t feel like playing the survival mode, you can play the Creator Mode instead, where you need to build a complete city if you wanted to.

At the moment, we are going to talk about the version 1.20 Minecraft update which was released for PlayStation 3, PS Vita and PlayStation 4 consoles. Presently, the patch is only available in North America and Europe but Japan will follow suit later on.

There were some problems earlier, like the memory leak issue which further caused frame-rate problems in Minecraft. Besides fixes, the new Minecraft update also comes with the Doctor Who Skin pack. We have already talked about it and it is clear that it’s nothing short exciting.

These are the new additions with the Minecraft Update Version 1.20:-

  • Doctor Who Skin Pack Bundle Trial Content with 100 exciting new skins from Doctor Who.
  • Memory leak issue causing FPS problems have been fixed.
  • There was an issue which causing signs to go blank for the network players and they have been fixed.
  • The trophies have now been updated and this includes all those which are already available on all other platforms. These are 23 new ones added to PS3 only.

Meanwhile, Developers of the console version of Minecraft, 4J Studios is presently working on a few other minor updates before finally getting the 1.8 version. If you wish to purchase the Doctor Who Bundle Skin Pack, you can acquire it from PlayStation Store for a price of 5.99 dollars.

Stay tuned for more updates on Minecraft!