Mojang made some changes in the Minecraft 1.21 update

key takeaways

The changes add variety to the game world, making exploration more interesting
These improvements in the game give players confidence in the game
Offers more options for item creation, encouraging creativity and experimentation

key takeaways

The changes add variety to the game world, making exploration more interesting
These improvements in the game give players confidence in the game
Offers more options for item creation, encouraging creativity and experimentation
Finally, after a long wait, Minecraft 1.21 update has been released. Everyone wants the 1.21 update to be released so we can explore new changes and new features. This update should help players to improve and enhance their gameplay experience.
Minecraft has made many changes and improvements in this update which will greatly help the players to make their gameplay easier. I will describe the improvements and changes made in the Java Edition 1.21 update.

Changes

  • Chnuks are not loading fast. Therefore, they improved the performance of chunk loading.
  • The piston sound volume was too disruptive, so they considerably reduced the volume.
  • You can now ride entities like horses or minecarts through portals.
  • Upon death, witches will drop 4-5 redstone dust.
  • Earlier, projectile knockback depended on the shooter’s position, but now that is not the case at all.
  • Added a confirmation checkbox to the player report submission process.
  • A list of links the server provides can be found in the Pause menu.
  • Corrections to the disconnect screen.
  • Improved handling of player attributes and effects.
  • Different materials can now be combined to create double doors.

Realm Improvements

Any member of a Realm can now upgrade a world. Every online player in a Realm is shown on the Realms main screen.
  • A popup displaying the name and head of each player appears when it is hovered over.
  • Realms’ confirmation windows have been updated to appear as popups.
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Server Links

Clients can now receive a list of links from servers.
  • The Pause Menu will display a new “Server Links…” button if the client has received any links.
  • The “Report Bugs” and “Give Feedback” buttons are pushed into a sub-screen to provide room for that button.
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