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Developer Mojang has revealed that the upcoming Wild Update from Minecraft will no longer update birch forests and swamps or include fireflies. This procedurally generated survival sandbox game was launched in 2011, but Mojang keeps improving and expanding the game with regular free updates. Announced in October 2021, the upcoming Wild Update for Minecraft will add mangrove swamps alongside a terrifying underground area called Deep Dark.
Last year, Minecraft’s Caves & Cliffs update improved the generation of underground mountains and caves, and this year’s Wild Update aims to beautify the game’s plump world further. Mangrove swamps are a new variety of swamps consisting of extensive overgrown mangroves. The update will add frogs to the game to populate these areas, and players will be able to traverse the water-filled biome with the help of a new boat equipped with a chest.
Meanwhile, Deep Dark is a dangerous underground area filled with lost loot and guarded by a powerful monster called Ranger. Other new content in the Minecraft Wild Update was to restore ancient biomes like birch forests and swamps, with biodiversity and immersion being the overarching theme of the entire expansion.
What should fireflies be in Minecraft? Fireflies should make the world more lively and fly through the air as colorful sparks. At the same time, they should also serve as a food source for a new, neutral mob: frogs.
According to the original plan, frogs should be able to feast on fireflies and hunt them down like prey. This has been changed, and instead of fireflies, frogs now prefer to eat tiny slimes that they can find in the swamps. It sounds healthier.
Why are the developers changing this? The implementation of the fireflies received a lot of feedback from the community and concerned animal lovers. Because fireflies are often a threat to toads and frogs in the real world, they are poisonous to the animals. So you shouldn’t give frogs food to eat.
What you need to know about Minecraft 1.19 “The Wild Update”
- Minecraft 1.19 “The Wild Update” is the latest content update for Minecraft, and it’s now released to players.
- The massive update contains dozens of new features, fixes, and improvements across Minecraft’s two editions.
- Mojang Studios has released the changelogs, which you can view below, that detail these numerous changes.
- Separate changelogs are available for Minecraft: Bedrock Edition and Minecraft: Java Edition.
Months of development and patient waiting have led to this day — the official release of Minecraft 1.19, “The Wild Update.” The new release includes dozens of new features, bug fixes, and quality-of-life improvements, all of which are dropping into the hands of excited players around the world.
While Minecraft is a video game that may have different laws than the real world, the developers take their responsibilities to players seriously. After all, Minecraft is played by all age groups, including many children. It is not for nothing that an “educational” variant can be used in schools, for example. Visited our site BGN for more news and guides on various games.