Minecraft Xbox 360 Update: TU12 Release Date Farther Away? 4J Studios Urges For Patience During Bug Testing
By Staff Writer | July 23, 2013 09:43 PM EDT
4J Studios posted a message via Twitter on Tuesday, asking fans to remain patient as the developer finishes bug testing, signaling the possible delay of the TU12 release date.
The developer also announced last Friday that it is still bug fixing its TU12 update and awaits a certification test, prompting speculation the game might encounter a delayed release date.
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And Last week, the 4J Studios announced they finished developing Skin Pack 5 for Title Update 12 (TU12), pointing to a release date for Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition that could have been days away, but the company's update might mean gamers might have to wait a few more weeks.
Once the update enters Microsoft Certification testing, it will take at least one week, possibly two, before it is released for everyone to download via Xbox LIVE, Examiner reports.
4J Studios announced that game coding changes made to address software architectural differences between Microsoft and PC might have produced a delayed release date.
"We're still working on TU12- there are lots of software architecture changes needed for this update. Thanks for your continued patience," 4J Studios posted on Twitter earlier this month.
Xbox 360 editions of Minecraft have sold over 7 million copies around the world, according to a tweet posted by 4J Studios earlier this month, bringing hope to Xbox One enthusiasts looking for a copy on the next-generation console.
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