Minecraft developer Mojang have spent months crunching sales numbers to determine which add-on packs for everyone's favorite pixelated sandbox game sell best on Xbox One. After tabulating the results, Mojang put together Minecraft: Xbox One Edition, a bundle of the base game and those seven top-selling expansions.
The pack, available in stores across Australia and New Zealand on June 7, and everywhere else on June 21, collects over 120 skins and five texture packs. You'll also get UI tweaks and new in-game music.
"That’s more than enough to spice up your Minecraft experience," wrote Mojang's Owen Hill in a blog announcement. "I recommend the Favorites Pack to anyone who enjoys playing excellent video games on the Xbox One."
As for which packs come bundled in Minecraft Xbox One Edition, those results can be found below—ranked, one presumes, in order of selling status.
• Minecraft: Xbox One Edition
• Battle and Beasts Skin Pack
• Battle and Beasts 2 Skin Pack
• Natural Texture Pack
• City Texture Pack
• Fantasy Texture Pack
• Festive Mash-up
• Halo Mash-up
David Craddock posted a new article, Minecraft: Xbox One Edition includes top seven paid-DLC packs
Oh neat. I've spent many an hour messing around with Minecraft on the Xbone. It's relaxation with goals that you can achieve.