The next great Minecraft update gets a launch date

Minecraft The Developer Moving Studios has announced that his next great update, Caves & Cliffs: Part II, will be launched officially on November 30. That said, it seems that not all the initially planned features will ignore, although it will still include several new additions that should make players happily.

Specifically, Minecraft Caves and Cliffs: The Update of Part II will include important renovations in mountains and caves, as a better generation of land and cave systems, higher peaks in mountains and larger mineral veins. It will also bring candles to the video game. That said, characteristics such as archeology, packets and goats have been suspended for now.

Minecraft 1.18 Release Date CONFIRMED! You may have noticed that some elements were missing on the list of new things, namely archeology, bales and goat horns». The announcement of the Caves & Cliffs: The release date of the II Part II update is read. This was not just because I could not think of something funny to write about them, because I could not do it. Archeology? I can dig it! Canceled, we just had to leave them in the background for now. While they will not be in the wild update, they will come to Minecraft in the future when we can add them in the best possible way.

As noted above, Minecraft the Big Caves & Cliffs update: Part II will be launched on November 30. Minecraft: Bedrock Edition In general, Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, Xbox One, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, IOS, Android, Windows 10 and Windows 11, is currently available. Minecraft: Java edition, On the other hand, is Available for Windows, macOS and Linux. If you have a device that can play video games, it is almost certain that you can play Minecraft. You can check all our previous coverage of the popular title here.

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