Fans of the worldwide block-building phenomenon Minecraft are in for a big update.  For the first time ever the game is now allowing up to five players to play together even if they’re using different platforms. Users on Windows 10 PC, Windows Phone, iOS or Android can play with one another despite being on separate devices.

This news comes as one of the biggest updates for the Minecraft Pocket version. It features revamped touch screen controls, controller support, enhanced weather effects, and potion brewery. Even the action has upped its ante with golem and ocelot encounters, exploring the Nether and the ability to sprint and sneak.

Minecraft Update Brings More Multiplayer Fun