Minecraft update 2.61 is out now for PS4 and PS5. You can get the details on this update with the patch notes shared below.
Minecraft players on PlayStation consoles can rejoice as a new patch has been released to address an issue with Realms purchases. Realms are private servers that allow players to play online with their friends without the need to set up their own server or pay for hosting. Since the release of Minecraft version 1.19.70, some PlayStation players reported that they were unable to purchase or renew their Realms subscriptions on their consoles.
The latest patch, Minecraft update 2.61, also known as dev version 1.19.72, was released on March 20, 2023, and fixes the issue that prevented purchasing or renewing Realms on PlayStation by resolving a bug in the payment system. The patch also includes general stability fixes and performance improvements for Minecraft on PlayStation consoles.
Minecraft Update 2.61 Patch Notes
- Fixed an issue that prevented purchasing or renewing Realms on PlayStation
Minecraft continues to be one of the most popular and creative games in the world, with millions of players across different platforms. The game is constantly updated with new features, bug fixes, and improvements to enhance the gameplay experience. Hopefully, the latest patch provides an improved gaming experience for Minecraft players on PlayStation consoles, allowing them to enjoy playing online with their friends and family using Realms.