The next big version of Minecraft is called the Wild update, released in 2022


We haven’t even gotten Part 2 of the Caves and Cliffs update yet, but Mojang has apparently put the Minecraft bandwagon on full blast. The next big block-building sandbox update, called ‘The Wild’, will be released sometime in 2022.

With this new update, Mojang says he wants to celebrate the wilderness of Minecraft’s Overworld by making some of his biomes have a clearer identity. One example given was the birch forest biome, which currently has little to offer. The Wilds update would rejuvenate the biome, making trees taller and more sprawling with plenty of room for wildflowers and shrubs. Suddenly one of Minecraft’s most boring biomes now has a personality.

The update will also add a brand new area called Mangrove Swamp, a part of the world that will feature a new type of mangrove wood, a mud block that allows you to make mud bricks, boats with chests, and a new one. crowd of frogs. That’s right, frogs are coming to Minecraft.

There are also changes with the Deep Dark biome. Originally announced for the Caves and Cliffs update, Mojang has now moved it to be released as part of The Wilds update, but it’s worth the wait. We saw a glimpse of it during the last Minecraft Live, but we didn’t see anything more than a strange underground cave biome. Mojang has now confirmed that the biome is not just a cave, but an entire crumbling civilization of abandoned cities filled with treasure. The movement of Deep Dark also sees our creepy friend the Warden being pushed back, but it gives us plenty of time to build up the courage to take on these underground monsters.

Mojang said The Wild update will be smaller than Caves and Cliffs – an update so important the studio had to release it in two parts – but according to the sounds, many will be diving into it. .


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