There have been many Minecraft updates lately and they appear to keep on coming to the delight of Minecrafters. The latest update is the one with the version number 1.11 and several of the features that it carries were presented at the Minecone 2016, an event which took place on the 24-25th of September in Anaheim, California. Mojang also released a snapshot yesterday, that teased players even more.
The 1.11 Minecraft update comes with a new class – llamas – that can be grouped together if one needs a defense force or a storage solution. There will also be a new type of storage container.
In the case of cartographer villagers and treasure maps, there will now by a cartographer career for librarians that sell treasure maps and the maps will display their biome outline. For example, there will be an ocean exploration maps for ocean monument and a woodland exploration map for woodland mansions.
The update also comes with significant bug fixes and it may be a pretty big file. Some of those fixes include the brewing icon in the creative inventory lab that was an uncraftable potion, the experience bottles that were making pink particles, the situation where the axes would not disable the shields but there are so many others.
It’s not very clear when the final build for the 1.11 update will come but those who are interested in trying it out, can download a developmental preview. If you’re interested in seeing the complete patch notes, those can be accessed on reddit as they have been posted by a member that goes by the screen name redstonehelper.
In other news, the Minecraft: Pocket Edition is not the only one that is getting an update. There will also be some changes made to the Java version of the game.