The 1.19.81 update for Minecraft Bedrock Edition brings a number of fixes and experimental features to improve the game.
- Fixed a crash with the ‘/tell’ command (and some other commands) on Realms.
- Fixed an issue with Purchase buttons loading infinitely on Featured Servers.
- Fixed Featured Server offers not displaying the “Show More” button.
These features are part of the Trails & Tales update and are still a work in progress. Be sure to back up your worlds before enabling experimental features by turning on the “Next Major Update” toggle in world settings.
- Player Sneaking: The ability to sneak under 1.5 block gaps and related changes.
- Cherry Grove: Introducing the Cherry Grove biome, with Cherry Blossom trees, Pink Petals, and new wood set for Cherry Blossom trees.
- Archaeology: Added Trail Ruins, Suspicious Gravel block, Suspicious Sand, and 16 new Pottery Shards.
- Armor Trims: Customize armor with a variety of unique trims at the Smithing Table.
- Smithing Templates: Redesigned Smithing Tables for physical equipment upgrades and modifications.
- Netherite Equipment: Crafting now also requires a Netherite Upgrade Smithing Template.
- Calibrated Sculk Sensors: Craftable with 1 Sculk Sensor and 3 Amethyst Shards, allows filtering vibrations based on frequency level.
- Vibration Resonance: New behavior for Blocks of Amethyst when placed adjacent to Sculk Sensors.
- Sign Improvements: Improved customization options for signs, including separate text and colors for both sides.
- Vanilla Parity: Various tweaks and updates to match Java Edition feature and behavior.
An update for an upcoming update
This update primarily focuses on fixing issues introduced with the 1.19.80 update and implementing experimental features from the upcoming Trails & Tales update.
The introduction of experimental features such as Player Sneaking, Cherry Grove biome, and expanded Archaeology elements adds new dimensions to the gameplay experience, while Armor Trims provide further customization options for players.
As these features are still in development, it’s crucial for players to remain informed about the changes and their potential impact on gameplay.
Hopefully, the reportedly upcoming World Editor for Minecraft Bedrock Edition will soon come enough.