Official image for the Update Aquatic released by Mojang. The Update Aquatic is the name for a major update that was released for all of the Minecraft editions during the summer of 2018. The update was released on Java Edition on July 18, 2018 as version 1. The official name for the update, the Update Aquatic, was revealed on November 18, 2017, during the MINECON Earth 2017 livestream, at which time the Java Edition was to minecraft updated released as 1.

Jeb had stated in a 2011 interview that he wanted to implement more sea life into the game. The first pre-release on Java Edition, 1. This update had 10 pre-releases for Java Edition, the largest number of pre-releases for any update. On July 10, Mojang released a trailer for the update. Divided the End up into separate biomes: Floating, Medium, High, and Barren islands. Item forms for mushroom blocks, bark blocks, and double slabs.

A smooth transition is applied to the camera when the player sneaks. Changed pumpkin texture, and renamed the old texture to «carved pumpkin», available when a pumpkin is right-clicked with shears. Water source blocks can now be placed inside of semi-transparent blocks such as stairs and slabs, called waterlogging. 1 was released exclusively on Android, Fire OS, and Fire TV to fix a bug involving players losing previously purchased items.

3 was released exclusively on iOS devices to fix some bugs and added a new map by Blockceptions. 4 was released exclusively on Android, Fire OS, and Fire TV to fix a bug that had issues with telemetry. 1 fixed several bugs present in the official release of 1. 2 fixed a lone bug regarding bitmap on low-end devices.

3 fixed the lost inventory bug along with several other bugs. The trailer was made by Mojang themselves instead of Hat Films, similar to the 2 previous trailers. Note: The video’s footage is taken from the Bedrock Edition. Update Aquatic Phase One is out now! Switch players should start seeing the update right now, with other platforms diving in later today!

Get ready for Turtles, Conduits, and more! Please forward this error screen to 162. Enter the characters you see below Sorry, we just need to make sure you’re not a robot. By using our site, you agree to our cookie policy. While Minecraft should usually update on its own regardless of the platform on which you play it, you can sometimes force a stuck update by updating manually. Keep in mind that you must be connected to the Internet on your selected platform in order to download a Minecraft update. Click or double-click the Minecraft app icon, which resembles a grassy block of dirt.

If you’re using the Windows 10 edition of Minecraft, you can’t update manually. If prompted, enter your email address and password, then click LOG IN. If you see the word «Download» followed by a version number under the PLAY text in the green button at the bottom of the launcher, an update is available for your version of Minecraft. If you don’t see any «Download» tag even though you know there’s an update available, skip the next two steps. It’s the green button at the bottom of the launcher.