The Minecraft 1.18 update is getting closer and more people are excited about it. “Caves and Cliffs Part 2” is the new update. It’s the second part in the Caves and Cliffs update. The first part was released back June 2021. This update adds new mobs such as glow squids and glow axolotls to the game, as well copper ore and amethyst gedes.
Minecraft 1.18 will be released on November 30, 2021. This update mainly addresses terrain generation. It completely revamps how mountains and caves are generated in Minecraft 1.18. It also overhauls ore generation and distribution. The following article highlights five important facts about the forthcoming update.
5) Water-breathing potion that generates in buried treasure
Water-breathing potion can be found in buried treasure boxes starting with Minecraft 1.18. These potions are only possible in this location. You would have to make them.
4) A new advancement
Minecraft 1.18 introduces a new advancement called “Caves and Cliffs”. When a player drops from the top to the bottom of the world and survives, they receive the advancement. This advancement was named after the first update in Minecraft’s history.
3) A new music CD
Minecraft 1.18 has a new music disc called “Otherside”. Otherside is the tenth music disc added to Minecraft. Lena Raine is a critically acclaimed music composer who has also composed music for other Minecraft discs.
2) Illagers don’t attack baby villagers
Illagers are no longer allowed to attack baby villages during a Raid in Minecraft 1.l18. If the Raid succeeds, the infant villagers will be able to grow up and repopulate their village. This is a significant change that will allow Minecraft villages to prosper even if they fail to defend raids.
1) Llamas can be lured by haybales
Minecraft 1.18 will be the first time Llamas are allowed to be lured by the players. To lure Llamas, players will need to have a haybale in their hands and let them approach the player.
Minecraft 1.18 will be the most significant update Minecraft has ever seen. Most of the Minecraft community has welcomed the new features and improvements. However, avid Minecraft players have found it difficult to split it into two updates.