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This is what the latest patch of Minecraft includes, available now

Improvements in decorated pots, crafting, more craftable items with copper, and much more.

This is what the latest patch of Minecraft includes, available now
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Although we’ll still have to wait several months to play Minecraft version 1.21, the new update of Mojang‘s popular game has just arrived. No, it’s not a major update, as you might expect, but it still has quite a few significant changes we should mention. Below, we detail the novelties that the Minecraft 1.20.50 update brings.

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The new Minecraft patch brings changes of all sizes, but possibly the most important is the improvement of Decorated Pots. If you think Decorated Pots are merely pretty objects that enhance the look of your builds, think again, as now they can also hold items.

Decorated Pots can now store a stack of items (up to 64 units) and can be broken by projectiles. They interact with hoppers, droppers, and minecart hoppers, which can send a redstone signal from the pot. Additionally, if a player interacts with the pot, it will wobble and produce a vibration frequency of 11. Decorated Pots also stack in piles of up to 64 units.

But if Decorated Pots don’t interest you in the slightest and you want to know what other novelties the Minecraft 1.20.50 patch includes, here are some of the most notable ones:

  • The “How to Play” screen has been completely redesigned, and a new screen called “Encyclopedia” has been created.
  • Now, you can craft the Crafter, a block that automatically crafts various items and can be used with redstone and other blocks like comparators.
  • You can create more items using copper, such as doors and trapdoors. Additionally, Tuff will now have its own family of items, including bricks and stairs.
  • From now on, you can start Minecraft directly in a Realm using a link, even when the game is not running. Example link: minecraft://connectToRealm?realmId=.
  • Calculations to determine if a mob can attack a player or other mobs have been changed. Previously, a mob’s horizontal width was used to determine its attack reach, and its height had no effect. Now, a mob’s attackable area is its bounding box extended horizontally.
  • Inventory option states, like the toggle for sorting/unsorting and the selected inventory tab, are now saved between sessions.
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Pedro Domínguez Rojas

Pedro Domínguez Rojas

Publicist and audiovisual producer in love with social networks. I spend more time thinking about which videogames I will play than playing them.

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