Minecraft updates to "Frostburn," version 1.10

The team over at Mojang has just announced a new update to Minecraft. Named "Frostburn," the update contains changes for both the coldest and hottest areas of the Minecraft world.

The update brings the game to version 1.10 overall and also includes a second "technical block" after Command Blocks. According to Mojang, this block allows map makers to store templates of structures and place them dynamically with the help of Redstone trickery. It is worth noting, though, that Mojang mentions that the block is restricted to players who are admins in creative mode. Here's the full changelog:

  • Many bug fixes
  • Added Polar Bear
  • Added Husk and Stray
  • An auto-jump option
  • Improvements to some commands
  • Structure blocks for custom maps
  • Underground fossils made from bone blocks
  • Added Magma Block
  • Added Nether Wart Block and Red Nether Bricks
  • Some huge mushrooms can be even larger
  • A rare chance to find lonely trees in plains
  • Find abandoned mineshafts filled with gold in mesa biomes
  • Villages generate better paths between the buildings
  • More variations of villages, based on the biomes they are built in
  • Endermen have been spotted in the Nether
  • Removed Herobrine

So, what do you think? Do you like the sounds of this update? Let us know your thoughts by dropping us a comment below.

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