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Minecraft Tumble Mini Game Out Today on PS4, PS3, PS Vita

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Minecraft Tumble Mini Game Out Today on PS4, PS3, PS Vita

We hope you’ve been having fun playing Battle, our first mini game for Minecraft on consoles. Getting to challenge your friends and experience Minecraft in new ways is always fun, and we’re about to introduce you to even more ways to do it. Today, we’re really excited to bring you the Tumble mini game available as part of the free game update on consoles.

Tumble is a frantic competitive mini game where your objective is to avoid taking a dip in red hot lava by making sure that other players fall into it first. You get to do this destroying the floor beneath your enemies’ feet as you stand in platforms that can have one or more layers. Sounds easy? Well, remember that other players will use their shovels or snowballs to get you to fall first. And when you get up to 8 friends to do this at the same time, it does get a little wild.

We’re also releasing some more goodies for Battle mini game aficionados today with a group of three more fun maps to play. Battle Map Pack #3 is now available on PlayStation Store for $2.99 and includes three thrilling new maps: the colossal Castle, the incredible Shipyard, and the terrifying Invasion!

The latest free update for Minecraft on consoles is available today on PS4, PS3, and PS Vita. All you have to do is turn on your console and update your game — nothing extra to buy — and you’ll be dropping opponents into sizzling pools of lava in minutes.

Keep your feet on the ground, crafters!

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7 Comments

  • gerneric123

    Do you know if Minecraft: Story Mode will ever come out on Vita?

  • Oste18262009

    Is there a new map for it or do you have to buy the season pass

  • CrusaderForever

    That’s cool my son will be really excited for some SPLEEF! HAHA! Thanks!

  • finally!!!
    they should make more mini games and faster

  • ReedDawnVaka

    Is the ps4 edition of minecraft getting PSVR support? I could see Micro$oft saying no just out of spite but that doesn’t seem fair to users. Being that it has VR support on PC it would only make sense that such an update could come to ps4?

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