The Better Together update will be the first step in unifying versions of Minecraft for console, mobile and Windows 10. That means players on those platforms will be able to join each other in-game, create, cooperate or compete together on massive servers, and access whatever swish skins and Marketplace adventure maps they own on any of their compatible devices. You can read more about the fancy features coming with the update here.

If you own “Minecraft: Xbox One Edition,” you’ll receive the new version for free. The beta on Windows 10 is now rolling out, with Xbox One beta access to follow.

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Athima Chansanchai
Microsoft News Center Staff

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