“Minecraft” has reached yet another milestone as it enters 2016. Developer Mojang has now recorded a total of 22 million copies sold for “Minecraft PC.”

As if that is not an impressive figure by itself, GameSpot reported that almost 14,500 copies were sold in 24 hours alone. The PC edition remains to be the most complete of all the versions of “Minecraft,” though recently, the console editions, “Minecraft PS4 Edition,” “Minecraft Xbox One Edition,” “Minecraft PS3 Edition” and “Minecraft Xbox 360 Edition” have all received an update.

Just before 2015 came to a close, Mojang has released what has been dubbed as the biggest update for the PS4, Xbox One, PS3 and Xbox 360 versions of “Minecraft.” The new update, dubbed as “Minecraft 1.8.8 update” for consoles contains a lot of new features and items to bring the console versions ever so closer to the original PC edition.

“Minecraft PS Vita Edition” players still have to wait a while to get the update. But this is not the best news yet. Mojang has also decided to bring the popular building game to Nintendo Wii U, sometime next year. and from the looks of it, it appears that the game may be updated up to the 1.8.8 version.

“Though we’re working hard to bring these features to Nintendo’s console, 1.8.8 won’t be available on Wii U until some time next year,” said Mojang over its official blog. The term “next year” here pertains to 2016 though, as the blog update has been written in the middle of December 2015.

Additionally, the spin-off title from Telltale Games, “Minecraft: Story Mode,” has received a couple of new screenshots. The newest and last episode for the Wither Storm saga, dubbed as A Block and a Hard Place, now has a few screenshots for those who have yet to get a copy of the episode. Courtesy of Destructoid, the screenshots features some of the adventures of Jesse and the gang, a glimpse of the Farlands and a number of things and items that can be found there.

There are also a couple of walkthrough videos already up, for those who want to see what happens in the latest installment. One of these videos can be seen below.

"Minecraft: Story Mode" walkthrough (Credit: YouTube/NukenDukem)