Let us introduce you to a new version of our favorite cubic sandbox. Bedrock has been renewed, so it means there are plenty of changes. A new update is available for Minecraft gamers that addresses some issues that have occurred since the release of the current main version. Let’s check everything in order. So many things, but let’s start with the technical aspects.
The testers removed several crashes that could occur during gameplay.
As soon as you upgraded, you erased all of your buildings in your flatworld from the version 1.18.32 if they were below Y=0. Massive portions of structures beneath Y=0 simply disappear. We’ve included several samples. In the last update, all of these builds were finished and working well. They solved a problem on certain flat worlds where below-0 terrain was accidentally being removed on level load, if there was bedrock at y=0.
Creatures that teleport through a Nether portal with a destination above y=128 will not have their position adjusted to 128 any more. Entities, monsters, or villagers vanish while entering the overworld from the underworld if the overworld portal is higher than the y=128.
As you can see, the developers from Mojang Studio are tracking the issues that spoil the game experience. It means you can always share about bugs, crashes, errors and so on with the development team of our favorite game. Respect to them, that they keep in touch with the Minecraft community and pay attention to problems of the title. People and authors make the gameplay, performance of the Mine better together.
You can find their contact on the Internet easily, simply visit their official website and, if you’ve got something to report, don’t be shy to do that. Moreover, your voice will be heard and the problem will be solved in new versions.