It’s that time of the week again!
With the Minecraft world moving a mile a minute, it’s time we broke down all of the big things that happened in the last week.
So let’s dive right in.
New Caves and Cliffs Features Added to Minecraft Snapshot
Minecraft players are waiting patiently for Update 1.17 Caves and Cliffs, but sometimes patience isn’t enough, and you just have to see some of the gameplay in action.
Thankfully Mojang are all over it, offering tons of Caves and Cliffs features early in the form of Betas and Minecraft Snapshots.
Last week, a brand new Minecraft Caves and Cliffs Snapshot arrived, offering players access to some new features from the big 1.17 update that’s coming later this year.
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This new Snapshot lets players use Azalea Bushes, Drip Leaves, Glow Berries, and more.
Minecraft Sustainability Report Comes in a New Map
Mojang make sustainability a priority, and to let players see it up close and personal, have turned their new annual Sustainability Report into a map that players can explore!
This map is a sustainable city that players can run through to see, built in some amazing ways by the Minecraft team.
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If you want to learn more about sustainability, or put your own shelter builds to shame, it’s certainly worth checking out.
Minecraft Dungeons DLC Announced – Flames of the Nether
Minecraft Dungeons is still flying along with tons of new content being regularly added in the form of DLC.
A new Minecraft Dungeons DLC pack, Flames of the Nether, has been revealed as the next big step!
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This new DLC pack will include new gear, locations, mobs, and more. The Flames of the Nether DLC is slated for a late February release, so be on the lookout as more is revealed.