The Wild update will include frogs, new swamp biomes and…
During Minecraft Live, Mojang shares details on The Wild Update – a major update that’s coming Minecraft Sometime in 2022.
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After Caves and Rocks Part 2, Wild Update will be the next major patch Minecraft.
“After updating all the caves and rocks, it was clear we weren’t ready to move in yet. The great outdoors still calls on us, which is why 2022 will bring you The Wild Update”, reads a recap blog.
as detailed Minecraft Live, The Wild update will add “new gameplay, more depth and lots of fun stuff” to the game. This includes chests with mud, mangrove swamp biomes, frogs, tadpoles, and long-requested boats.
The mangrove swamp biome will – of course – include mangrove trees, which in turn will come with a new type of wood for players to build upon. The marshes would be “completely surrounded” by mangrove trees and their roots, with some trees large enough for players to propel their boats.
The Wild update also adds a way for players to create renewable clay, which will be possible by placing a new clay block on top of a dripstone block.
Ribbit! It’s not the frog in our throats, but it’s the sound of the latest horde to take up residence in the swamp biome – the frog!
– Minecraft (@Minecraft) 16 October 2021
Clay can also be used to make clay bricks, adding a whole new option for players mixing up their building materials.
On a spooky note, The Wild Update will also add the Deep Dark biome, which was delayed after it was revealed in Minecraft Live 2020. Deep Dark will also feature the upcoming Warden Boss, a blind mob that hunts enemies based on sound and vibration.
In other news, displaying footage elden ring The footage has reportedly been leaked online, with videos doing the rounds on Twitter. The gameplay features an armored figure controlled by the player, as a massive fortress moves forward.