10 years after its first release, Minecraft remains one of the most played games to date. Every now and then Mojang releases updates which make the game better, fix bugs and improve overall replayability because let’s face it: after mining for a few hours and doing pretty much everything that you can do in the world of Minecraft, it gets pretty repetitive, and nobody likes that.
Thankfully, patch 1.14.4 was just released
The new Java version patch comes with lots of bug fixes for the previous Minecraft update (Villagers and Pillagers), which is considered to be Minecraft’s biggest update so far. As usual, the developers of Minecraft hid some funny messages in the latest bugfix notes. We recommend checking them out, they are somewhat like Easter Eggs which are basically hidden in plain sight by Mojang.
We know that at the moment, Minecraft’s developers are working on update 1.15, which is supposed to be focused on performance improvements and quality. Comparing the latest version of Minecraft to its initial build points out how far the game has evolved. It’s impressive!
Here is a list of some of the changes that were introduced in the new update:
- Fixed bugs
- Performance improvements
- Suspicious stew made from poppies now gives you night vision instead of speed
- Removed camera pivot offset in first-person
- Improved chunk loading when traveling at high speed
- Villagers now stock more items
- Villagers will now remember their gossip after becoming a Zombie Villager
- Improved performance of Villager pathfinding
- Villagers can now work without also restocking at the same time
- Gossip about players who converted a zombie villager will now last longer
- Villagers now wait with restocking until they have trades that need restocking
- Pinged the human
Daniel Kiss is the senior editor for News Lair. Daniel was working as a writer since he finished high-school, first for local papers then he started online, nowadays he likes to write about the latest games and tech innovations.