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With the recent 1.19 update fans are waiting for the new 1.20 update. However we know for a fact that when the next major Minecraft live event will be held on, which is 15th of October thanks Minecraft Now August episode. We also expect a mob vote, which will be held on a temporary server in Minecraft game itself!
With the recent 1.19 update bringing us the all horrifying Warden, Allays and the new mangrove biome, fans have been speculating what the next update will be centered around. However we know for a fact that when the next major Minecraft live event will be held on, which is 15th of October thanks Minecraft Now August episode. We also expect a mob vote, which will be held on a temporary server in Minecraft game itself.
Minecraft typically announces its plans for the following significant update during the yearly Minecraft Live occasion, where players not just get a sneak peak at the game’s future along with being able to vote a new mob that will be added to the game through the Mob Vote. With numerous speculations surfing the web, fans are thinking about what the following 1.20 update may change. From a overhauled End dimension to more top to bottom farming and exploring aspects, there are as yet numerous parts of the game that can be significantly worked on in the forthcoming Minecraft 1.20 update.
An End Overhaul
The End dimension was added to Minecraft back in 2011 and has filled in for the location of Minecraft’s last boss, the Ender Dragon. In any case, throughout the years the dimension has become flat because of the absence of biomes and mobs that would make the dimension significantly more aesthetically. The way things are currently, the End is where players can kill the Ender Dragon and find rare items, such as the Elytra that are not found in the overworld.
An End Update would have to redesign the ongoing look of the dimension, including new biomes to make exploration more interesting. New mobs, for example, a flying mob or a ender slime. Changes to the End would make it more advantageous for players to visit the End and might actually open up the chance to permit players to make long-lasting bases in the End and such.
The Exploration Update-the wilderness began!
The Minecraft community has been disappointed about 1.19 features that weren’t included in the game, such as fireflies, bundles allowing better early game storage management to adding mobs such as Ostriches or Badgers. And even other aspects such as archeological update opening up the chance to learn about prehistoric Minecraft and even biome overhauls such as a desert update or a badland update.
Archeological Update for some highlight in the dust
On Wednesday, November seventeenth, 2021 — Mojang officially revealed that the archaelogical update was set to make a big debut in the Minecraft 1.19 Wild Update only ro be be endlessly postponed until it reaches full potential in Minecraft.
Archaeology would add brushes to the game, which players can use to brush off soil and rock blocks at randomly generated excavation sites. These blocks were teased to contain various valuable things. These things went from minerals such as diamonds and emerald blocks to pottery shards. Perhaps they might even have the potential lore added.
An Birch Forest Update
Birch Forests deserve some affection after their expected overhaul was taken out from Minecraft’s Wild Update. The Old Development Birch Woods variation has slightly taller trees, however contrasted with the Old Growth Taiga forest variation, which has interesting tree designs, blocks, and designs, the Birch variation is lacking depth. Mojang at first announced plans to update these Forests by adding fallen logs, shelf fungi, and new flowers, however these plans failed to work out. This choice disheartened numerous players who were anticipating the proposed highlights. Minecraft’s next update could give these players conclusion by at last redesigning the Old Growth Birch Forest variation.