Minecraft is already on pretty much every format and console you could think of - including your phone and probably a board game by now - but its new-gen release has been marred by issues, with a late August date recently delayed into September.
Late yesterday, the developers tweeted to say that the game was still not quite ready, causing a minor storm of protest around the web.
Well it seems things have finally worked out for the best, as a version of the game has been made available on PS4, but not everywhere just yet. In fact, news broke that the game seemed to be available in Ireland before almost anywhere else, with user @Jonny_2k10posting images of his PSN screen as he selected and downloaded the game.
It quickly emerged that the game was also available in the UK, marking one of the new times European sorts got a title before their Amerian cousins. Sony has since stated that Minecraft will release on the PS4 in the States on the 4th of September and that anyone who owns the PS3 edition can download it for a mere €3.99/$4.99.
There's no word yet on the Vita version (which also seems to be delayed) but Minecraft will also arrive on Xbox One on the 5th of September 2014. Pricing is €18.99 on PS4.