Minecraft update 2.23 is a small hotfix that wipes out some of the existing bugs.
There is no need to tell that how popular Minecraft is and how many players in the world are looking forward to knowing about the latest changes of the game.
In the latest Bedrock 1.16.221 update, Mojang has fixed some of the most reported bugs by the fans. The list of patch notes is not too long, so without further ado, you can take a look at the eliminated bugs down below:
Minecraft 2.23 Patch Notes
- Paintings are once again visible when placed (MCPE-121718)
- Fixed some instances of the game not launching past the loading screen after updating on PS4 (MCPE-58897, MCPE-84790)
- Fixed a soft lock that occurred when trying to set friend permissions on a Realm on initial invite
- Fixed a crash that could occur during gameplay
- Fixed a crash that could occur when loading Behavior Packs containing GameTests
You have probably faced at least one of the issues above if you have played Minecraft recently. However, if there are still some annoying bugs that have not been mentioned in the list above, make sure to contact the game’s support team and report the issues.
Minecraft is now available on Xbox One, Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, Nintendo Switch, PS4, PS5, PC, Android, and iOS. Also, since Mojang is operating under the wing of Microsoft as one member of the Xbox Game Studios, the Xbox Game Pass subscribers on consoles and PC can play it for free. Besides, the service’s subscribers can jump into the series’ dungeon-crawling spin-off, Minecraft Dungeons, that was launched earlier last year.
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