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Minecraft’s next big update, “The Wild Update”, is releasing in 2022

Believe it or not, a decade has passed since Minecraft was officially released. That isn’t even counting the years it had been available in its alpha and beta stages. Despite the many years that have passed, the game is not only still very popular, but Mojang is still supporting the game with updates.

In fact, the game’s next major update was announced yesterday. It will be called “The Wild Update”. The update will add “lots of fun stuff” to the game. There will be mud, mangrove swamps, various species of tadpoles and frogs, and boats that will contain chests. The update is slated to release in 2022. An official tweet about the update can be seen down below.

2 thoughts on “Minecraft’s next big update, “The Wild Update”, is releasing in 2022”

  1. This looks cool, but ngl it really sucks that yet another feature of the Caves and Cliffs update is being pushed back (this time it’s the Deep Dark biome and the Warden mob).
    I’d rather they just concentrate on getting out the updates they’ve already promised us before they start focusing on future updates.

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