Minecraft's "Better Together Update" is rolling out now in beta, for players on Windows 10 PCs and Android devices. That means players on either platform with the beta installed will be able to participate in games from either type of device, together in cross-platform play.
This update was originally revealed at E3 back in June, and includes other feature additions like community servers and a community Marketplace with paid add-ons. There are also a range of new in-game item types, multiplayer host and permission options, and more.
The beta is also set to roll out for Xbox One "soon," Microsoft says, which will add the gaming console to the cross-platform action. Microsoft also said when the update was announced that it'll eventually add support for the Play Together Update to iOS, Nintendo Switch and VR devices (Sony was apparently offered the chance to participate in the update for PlayStation, but declined).
To get in on the beta, players will need the Xbox Insider app for Windows 10 and Xbox One, and on Android they'll need to have Google Play and of course everyone will need a copy of the game.
This could be huge for unifying Minecraft's massive player community, which is already quite the club.