Minecraft has been receiving few features for many years now, and this is one of the main reasons why it is played by over 90 million players every month. While many gamers prefer to experience “Survival Mode”, many others love the freedom that “Creative Mode” offers. Unfortunately, copying massive structures is not easy and you have to use third-party file editing tools to quickly clone buildings. Fortunately, that is about to change.
Today, developer Mojang, now under the Xbox Game Studios banner, announced the availability of “Structure Block” in Minecraft: Bedrock Beta. According to a Publish on the game’s website, “Structure Blocks are a very handy editing tool…they’re an incredibly useful way to copy and paste buildings anywhere in your Minecraft world. To use them in this beta, ensure Please toggle the Use Experimental Gameplay option in the settings.”
You can customize how many blocks you want your structure block to cover and based on those dimensions everything will be saved. You can then easily copy and paste the building anywhere. You can even clone any number of times. For example, suppose you want to create a row of houses in a town you are building. Now you can create one, then copy and paste the rest! This is incredibly useful and has been a much requested feature for years now.
Besides the structure block, you should also see a new creature roaming the world. He appears to be a fox and looks absolutely adorable from what we’ve played so far. Minecraft is part of Xbox Game Pass, so you can play it now.