Minecraft: Xbox One Edition Favorites Pack will be available in retail stores from June 7
Microsoft introduced a new retail option for it’s best selling game Minecraft. The Minecraft: Xbox One Edition Favorites Pack will feature 7 of the best selling DLCs along with the base game in one package.
The Favorites Pack was originally made available in a digital version, but people will now be able to buy it at their local retail store for the first time ever. The pack features sets of the best selling texture packs, skins, and mash ups, making it more than 120 character skins, five texture packs and two mash-ups for, so you can customize and experiment with your character as much as you want.
These DLC packs included in the retail version of Minecraft: Xbox One Edition Favorites Pack are:
- Battle & Beasts Skin Pack
- Battle & Beasts 2 Skin Pack
- Natural Texture Pack
- City Texture Pack
- Fantasy Texture Pack
- Festive Mash-up
- Halo Mash-up
Microsoft also took advantage of the announcement to recommend all existing Minecraft: Xbox 360 players buy this package in they case they were positing a switch to the Xbox One:
“For folks playing Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition, this is a great option to grab a collection of the most-loved content by the Minecraft community and enjoy the Xbox One Edition’s significantly bigger worlds, better resolution and a new set of over 1,000 possible Gamerscore. And don’t worry about losing your worlds from the Xbox 360 Edition – you can import them right into the Xbox One Edition and keep playing.”
The Minecraft: Xbox One Edition Favorites Pack will be available for $29.99 starting from June 7th in Australia and New Zealand, and on June 21st in the rest of the world. If you want to stick to the digital release, you can buy the digital version of this bundle for the same price from the Xbox Store.
Tell us: what do you think about this offer, and what’s your favorite Minecraft skin or texture pack of all time?
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