Minecraft 1.20 Snapshot 23W06A – Commands, Game Rules, & More
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After two content-filled snapshots, another has arrived, but this time with a focus on commands, game rules, and accessibility. All features, while small, that are great to see making it to live. Today we explore snapshot 23W06A and how you too can give it a try.
Details and AdjustmentsMinecraft live and the snapshots added since, snapshot 23W06A includes the new damage command, the ability to adjust how damage affects one’s screen, and new game rules that will stop vines from being able to grow. More details on each below!
- Add Jukebox Music Note Particles
New Accessibility Settings
- Damage Tilt
New Game Rule
How to Install Minecraft 1.20 Snapshot 23W06AIn Java Edition, installing Minecraft 1.20 Snapshot 23W06A is done right from the Minecraft client. Players need only open up the Minecraft Launcher and enable snapshots in the ‘Installations’ tab. From there, click “New Installation,” select “Latest Snapshot” in the drop-down menu, and click create. Your new Minecraft 1.20 snapshot installation will now be a selectable option before clicking play. However, Minecraft 1.20 snapshots have a few extra steps. Once in the game, click “Create New World,” then select “Datapacks,” and enable the built-in “bundle” and “update_1_20” datapacks before clicking “Create New World” again. Finally, with the new world made, all that’s left is to select it and click play! Please note snapshots and pre-releases can corrupt worlds! Ensure backups have been taken.
How to make Minecraft 1.20 Snapshot 23W06A ServersInterested in trying out the new damage commands with friends? Snapshot servers can be created for free through home hosting, but we recommend paid hosting options for ease of use and performance. Especially with snapshots since they can be buggy! Paid hosting is offered here at BisectHosting and many other places around the web. In either case, no less than 4GB of server RAM is recommended.
Minecraft 1.20 Snapshot 23W06A – Commands, Game Rules, & MoreBit by bit, Minecraft 1.20 is growing to be a patch that exceeds expectations. Perhaps we will see more long-awaited commands and game rules alongside more content in next week’s edition? But for the time being, is there a small feature like these few you would like to see added? Until Next Time, BisectHosting =)
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