Minecraft: Java Edition 1.18.2 secures pre-release 3 snapshot with new improvements
Mojang Studios is finalizing Patch Update 1.18.2 for Minecraft: Java Edition, an update that includes dozens of fixes, quality of life improvements, technical updates, and more. Before the patch is officially released for all Java Edition players, Mojang is polishing it through pre-release snapshots.
On Wednesday, the studio released Minecraft: Java Edition 1.18.2 Pre-Release 3, the latest snapshot of the Caves and Cliffs Update patch. This snapshot closely follows the last pre-release snapshot with a small number of additional bugfixes and nothing else.
It takes a lot to be considered one of the best PC games ever made, but Minecraft comfortably secures this title. The upcoming patch 1.18.2 update should make the game even better than it already is.
In case you missed it, Mojang Studios also released the first experimental Deep Dark snapshot based on The Wild Update, coming to Minecraft in 2022 with new biomes to explore, mobs to discover, and features to play with. The first experimental snapshot specifically highlights the Deep Dark biome and the terrifying Warden mob.
The complete changelog for Minecraft: Java Edition 1.18.2 pre-release 3 understand :
- Generating glowing berries and lichens does not cause glowing updates through chunk borders
- Unable to double-click to join a realm
/locatecommand not working properly in Flat Worlds
- Game output and server console are logged and spammed with “Creating a MIN function between two non-overlapping inputs” when joining or creating a world
- Crash when opening solo screen due to
- World freezes on superflat when using the
locatecommand to find a looter outpost
- Explorer maps leading to custom structures may cause server crashes
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