The makers of Minecraft have revealed that new mobs, new biomes and a brand new update are coming.
This new update to the game will be called the ‘Wild Update’ and will come some time in 2022 in the 1.19 patch, after the second Caves & Cliffs update.
This update looks like it will be smaller than the previous Caves & Cliffs patch and there will be new biomes to explore, as well as the introduction of new blocks and mobs.
The swamp biome will be getting a big make with the new aspects such as mangrove trees and wood, as well as mud blocks and mobs like frogs, tadpoles and fireflies.
As well as being able to explore the green swamps, a new biome called the Deep Dark.
The Deep Dark will be the deepest area to be added to the game. It lies beneath the bedrock layer, and is covered in spooky darkness, which players will have to navigate.
New blocks like the Sculk Catalyst, Sculk Sensor and Sculk Shrieker will also be added, which can alert the warden to your presence if you bump into them too many times!
The Wild Update will be coming some time in 2022 in the 1.19 patch, after the second Caves & Cliffs update.