Minecraft 360 dev working to allow save transfers to Xbox One

"Can't say it'll be there until it's 100 per cent working."  

Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition developer 4J Studios is working with Microsoft to allow players to transfer their Xbox 360 save data to the Xbox One edition of the popular block-based building game.

The developer made the announcement on Twitter where it noted that it "can't say it'll be there until it's 100 per cent working."

Minecraft will be heading to Xbox One, PS4 and Vita, though not before first making a detour to bring the game to PS3. No release dates have been announced for the upcoming ports.

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