Minecraft the Wild: a major update will be released next year
We didn’t even update Part 2 of Caves and Cliffs, but Mojang seemed to have planned the Minecraft experience. The next major upgrade, named “The Wild”, will be released in the 2022 Block Building Sandbox.
This latest version claims that Mojang wishes to honor Minecraft’s surroundings by clarifying some of his biomes. One example was the birch forest biome, which doesn’t really work. Upgrading on the Wilds would revitalize the biome, allowing trees to spread, and more flowers that will have large areas to cover. Finally, one of Minecraft’s more monotonous biomes has a soul.
The upgrade will also bring a new region of Mangrove Swamp, a section of the universe with a new breed of Mangrove Wood, a mud component that allows you to build rocks, chest boats, and a unique frog swarm. .
There are additional changes in the Deep Dark biome. Originally promised for the release of Caves and Cliffs, Mojang has since delayed its launch as part of The Wilds update, but it seems worth the wait. In the previous Minecraft Live we saw it sneakily, but only a spooky underground cave biome. Mojang revealed that the biome is not just a cave, but a destroyed civilization full of valuables in abandoned cities. The Deep Dark movement also gives us time to build confidence in the subterranean creatures of our fearsome buddy the Guardian.
“You can actually play in the mud without getting reprimanded! You’ll find Mud Blocks in Swamp Biomes, but why not make some yourself, just add water to the dirt! Mud also has other uses; let it drip to make clay, or add sand and wheat to the mixture to make clay bricks! »Announced the tweet posted on the official Minecraft Account.