Minecraft is one of the famous sandbox games developed by Mozang Studios and released on November 18, 2011. It is available on most platforms, but there are multiple versions on the market.
Meanwhile, Minecraft released the latest beta version of Bedrock – cooler, taller majestic. The mountains are now exactly 271% more majestic, but also 184% more dangerous. Not only can you fall from greater heights, but you still have to watch out for powder snow and goats.
This update also has its own sub-biomes, including lofty peaks, snow-capped peaks, snowy slopes, mountain groves, and mountain meadows. Including, a fabulous mob is making a special (re)appearance, the glowing squid, not in the mountains, though.
Join the Beta Today
Minecraft beta a pleasant way to get early access to new features that developers haven’t yet released, but it also helps us test and improves them. If you’re interested in joining the beta (available in Windows 10, Xbox One, and Android versions) then check out the guide to learn how.
Please read before participating in the Minecraft Beta:
- Joining the beta will replace your game with a work in progress version of Minecraft
- You will not have access to Realms and will not be able to join non-beta players while you’re previewing the beta
- Any worlds played while in the beta cannot be opened in previous versions of the game so please make copies of worlds to prevent losing them
- Beta builds can be unstable and are not representative of the final version quality
- The beta is available only on Xbox One, Windows 10, and Android (Google Play). To join or leave the beta, see aka.ms/JoinMCBeta for detailed instructions
New Experimental Features
- Glow Squid
- Bug Fixes
- Dripstone Fixes
- Performance and Stability
- Technical Fixes and Changes
- Various updates to GameTest Framework
- Movement prediction
- Network Packets
Note: For more information on this beta, head over the complete changelog for an exhaustive list if changes.