Minecraft’s Allay mob is one among the greatest creatures the constructing sport has to supply. We initially heard about it again in 2021 as a part of Minecraft Live, however didn’t truly see the creature in-game till March this 12 months. It at present exists inside the Minecraft snapshots in Java version and the beta model in Bedrock version. Since its introduction, Mojang has buffed and adjusted it in a wide range of methods. It’s all in preparation for the Allay to be added into the sport correctly in the future, and it appears as if we could possibly be getting extra info on this quickly.
That’s as a result of we’re getting one other episode of Minecraft Now this Thursday at 9am PDT / 12pm EDT / 5pm BST. The month-to-month present reveals upcoming options for each Minecraft and Minecraft Dungeons, frequently that includes submissions from the neighborhood and different little challenges too. The final episode confirmed off the Minecraft frogs, who’re additionally in the pre-release part of their existence.
This time round, although, the Minecraft Twitter account suggests getting “your questions prepared about the allay”. Hopefully which means we’re on the cusp of listening to about the launch date for Minecraft 1.19, as a result of we’re all chomping at the bit for the subsequent correct replace. The Minecraft snapshots are good and all, however it’s not fairly the similar as a full launch.
The present can even comprise info on Minecraft Dungeons’ subsequent large replace. If you’ve not checked out Minecraft Dungeons, it’s best to as a result of first of all, it’s on Game Pass, and secondly, it’s fairly good enjoyable and makes for an incredible intro to action-RPGs for youthful players too. It’s even cross-platform, which is at all times a pleasant bonus.
In different Minecraft mob information, do you know that you could seize the Ender Dragon, however it takes numerous effort to handle it?
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