Starting in June, Minecraft for Nintendo Switch will be receiving the Bedrock update. This allows players to interact with gamers on different platforms via cross-platform play. Switch owners will be able to play with users on Mobile, PC, and Xbox Live. PlayStation 4 will not be available due to Sony’s stance on the topic. The update will be free for all current owners of the Switch version. Minecraft Bedrock edition hits Nintendo Switch on June 21st! Available both digitally and physically at retail, it includes the Mario mash-up pack AND the Better Together update. Already own Minecraft on Switch? You'll be able to update to the new version for free! pic.twitter.com/HCsfhT2Uhk — Minecraft (@Minecraft) May 10, 2018 Coinciding with this update is a full retail release for Minecraft. A physical copy of the game will hit store shelves later next month. This version will include the Mario mash-up pack, the Better Together Update, in addition to Bedrock. The physical and digital copies will be available on June 21 and both are priced at $29.99. Minecraft also has plans to release a massive free update, titled Aquatic, later this year. Mojang has stated that all consoles will be receiving the update including PlayStation Vita, Wii U, as well as current-gen. Plans for this are to create a larger and more expansive underwater presence. Dolphins, coral reefs, stingrays, and shipwrecks are just a few of these features to be found. This game will support the upcoming paid membership for Nintendo Switch. Once the online service launches, users will pay as low as $20 a year to access multiplayer features. More information on this service can be found here.