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4J Studios has released a new update for Minecraft on the following consoles: PS3, PS4, PS Vita, Xbox 360, Xbox One and Wii U. The new update comes with a good amount of fixes, but the patch focuses more on the new Battle Mode, which was added a few weeks ago.

Here is the change log of the latest Minecraft update that has been released for the mentioned consoles:



– Battle Map Pack 2 has been added (Siege, Ruin and Atlantis);
– Redstone Specialists Skin Pack has been added;
– Some item textures in Fantasy Texture Pack, City Texture Pack, Greek Mythology Mash-up Pack have been “overhauled” and can now be easily identified in Battle Mini games;
– Display player name above crouching players when in Showdown mode in Battle Mini game has been fixed;
– Players are now allowed to thrown potions to go through non-solid blocks (such as Tall Grass or Vines;
– Non-solid blocks will no longer obstruct player attacks;
– Some holes in the Cove Battle mini game map have been fixed;
– All Mob heads will be removed from the player’s inventory, expect any that are currently worn (when transitioning from the Lobby to a Battle Mini Game Map);
– When a Helmet is collected in a Battle Mini Game it will replace the Mob heads in the armor slot;
– “Take Everything” has been disabled while in the Lobby;
– “Select All/Deselect All” tooltips have been added to the Select Maps Menu;
– An issue regarding hills generation has been fixed;
– An issue that was causing some Blazes to not perform their attacks after becoming aggressive towards a player has been fixed;
– A duplication bug has been found and fixed;
– Renamed items can now be traded with a Villager;
– A bug that was causing a Pig to be transformed into a Zombie Pigman after being struck by a lightning (without a Golden Sword) has been fixed;
– Some issues regarding achievements have been fixed;
– An issue that was causing an incorrect death message when a player was killed by lightning has been fixed.

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