Minecraft players participating in the game’s Bedrock beta can download an update that adds a new type of block and species, as well as addresses bugs like underwater visibility and character modeling. The full patch notes are outlined below.
The headlining feature is the new Axolotl species. Although they were previously included in the game in limited fashion, this walking salamander will now spawn in water naturally, making them easier to locate and breed. Though they are cute, Axolotls are also deadly, attacking fish, guardians, squid, and other wildlife.
Adorable, comfortable in a bucket, and not afraid to vanquish your foes for you! We’re not just describing every single person on the dev team, but also the star of this week’s Bedrock beta: the axolotl!
Learn how to join the beta:
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The update also adds the Deepslate block to the game. There are various types of Deepslate available to mine, like ores and slabs, and can be found in the Overworld.
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