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October, Minecraft developer Announced by Mojang Part 2 of their huge cave and cliff renewal is ready in “a month or two”. Minecraft Java Edition technical lead Mikael “slicedlime” Hedberg tweeted something a bit mysterious, so I think it’s coming soon.
This may seem like a little less advanced, but Mojang employees are known to use Twitter to make fun of future features. Do so by mistake, At least — and the wording of the tweet, especially “preparation,” suggests a pre-release of Caves and Cliffs Part 2.
Pre-releases typically take place days or weeks before the official release of a new update and act as a step between a “snapshot” (a place to test new features that players can opt in) and a full update. .. As close to completion as possible. The first pre-release of the last update, 1.17, took place on May 27th, and the full update was released on June 8th.
What does this mean? Hopefully it means you don’t have to wait for the 1.18 update. This adds an incredible new generation of the world to the world of Minecraft. May come by the end of November!
Mojang also announced at this year’s Minecraft Live presentation that the Deep Dark biome and its new mob, The Warden, will be pushed back to the 2022 update, The Wild.
Is the server ready for updates? Have you tried snapshots? Let us know in the comments!
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