Mojang and Microsoft announced cross-platform play today for Minecraft Realms, covering Windows 10, Xbox One and iOS and Android.

Minecraft Realms

Starting today, “The Friendly Update” allows Xbox Live, iOS, Android and PC players get together on dedicated servers. Players will be able to play with their friends, even if they are offline.

In addition, Realms will support GearVR players in cross-platform play as well.

Minecraft: Realms will be getting texture packs and additional add-ons to Pocket Edition and Windows 10later this fall.

More details will be coming at MineCon this September.

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