4J Studios, the Scottish video game developer that brought the popular game Minecraft to Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3, posted a few updates regarding Minecraft's Title Update 14 patch for the PS3 and Xbox 360 editions, Examiner reported.

In a written response to a fan's inquiry on Twitter about the progress of bug fixes for the game's 14th main title update in the console port, a 4J studios spokesperson replied that the development team is still working out the glitches for the TU14 patch.

He teased that the release isn't too far along as the list of fix is "getting shorter every day."

According to Examiner, 4J Studios have continued working on the TU14 patch for the last several months. A few weeks ago, a company representative updated fans that they were adding new contents and removing the bugs.

The Minecraft Xbox 360 Edition came out through the Xbox Live Marketplace in 2012 followed by a retail disc release the middle of last year, while the Minecraft PS3 Edition was released in 2012 during the holiday season.

In addition, to the TU14 patch update, 4J Studios is also developing a Minecraft port for the PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita and Xbox One platforms.

According to Epoch Times, the Minecraft's Xbox One version should be released before the game's PS4 version because it's easier to port the game through Xbox One's architecture as it's already been ported to the Xbox 360.

The Xbox One and PS4 versions are anticipated to have better visuals with bigger and better maps as well as new modes.

4J Studios could possibly include the DirectX 12 technology, which has higher frames per second on 1080p resolution.