Minecraft Wild Update 1.19 is finally available for download on all devices. This update brings two new biomes to the game, lots of new crowds and new cooling mechanics.
In Minecraft 1.19 you can dig deep into their caves to meet and fight the terrible guard, or go wild to collect all the goat horns to start the group. But these are just two dozen new changes in Minecraft.
What’s New in Minecraft 1.19: Wild Update
Minecraft 1.19: Wild Update, as the name suggests, brings the game several wild features. Interestingly, many new features were first announced for the Minecraft 1.18 Caves & Cliffs Part 2 upgrade, but were delayed due to development issues. In addition to these changes, Minecraft 1.19 also introduces lots of new elements to the game.
Here are some important points to update 1.19 The Wild:
- Biome Warden and Deep Dark: One of the biggest additions to the Minecraft 1.19 update is Warden, which is a scary, hostile mob that appears in a deep dark biome – one of two new biomes added to this update.
- Ally: A friendly crowd that collects items for players and follows them around the game. This is arguably the most beloved crowd ever added to the world of Minecraft.
- Mangrove swamps and frogs: The second new biome to come with Minecraft 1.19 is Mangrove. This is a new variant of the existing swamp biome and adds to the game new mud blocks, mangrove tree and more. In addition, the new biome also adds game toads. These are neutral crowds that decompose in swamp biomes.
Download the Minecraft 1.19 update
You can officially download the new Minecraft 1.19 update from the app stores relevant to their platforms from virtually anywhere in the world. The game is available on the following platforms: Xbox, PlayStation, Nintendo Switch, iOS, Android, Windows, macOS and Linux.
What to expect from Minecraft 1.20
It’s still too early to make any confirmed announcements about the next major update to Minecraft. However, we can assume that the Minecraft 1.20 update can add to the game.
With that, the world of Minecraft will be revived once again. But many players are still not happy with the “wildness” of this update. Hopefully the game can make additions that will make its users even more excited and enjoy playing Minecraft on their devices.