Mojang Studios recently released Minecraft Bedrock update 2.45, which resolves issues that appeared after the launch of 1.19.10.
Minecraft main patch 1.19 arrived several weeks ago in early June. Dubbed The Wild Update, this particular release notably introduced players to ancient cities in the Deep Dark biome.
1.19 also added a host of other never-before-seen features, including a new friendly mob, guard boss, frogs, mud, and chest-loaded boats.
Of course, smaller fixes went live in the weeks following the launch of 1.19, each one slightly improving the overall experience.
Following the rollout of 1.19.10, players started experiencing new issues. Luckily, the latest update addresses them head-on.
Minecraft Bedrock Update 2.45 Patch Notes
Minecraft: The Savage Update
During the Bedrock 1.19.11 patch rollout, Mojang posted release notes via Minecraft reviewswhich reads as follows:
- Fixed a bug that could prevent mobs from loading into the world if their saved position there was greater than or equal to 25.
- Fixed incorrect player texture rendering when using RTX on Windows.
- Fixed incorrect texture rendering of some mobs, such as horses, when using RTX on Windows.
- Fixed an issue that prevented Command Blocks from being saved if a Command Block Alias was not provided when playing on Realms.
- Fixed a bug that prevented suspended accounts from playing local worlds or navigating menus on Xbox platforms.
Release of patch notes for Minecraft Bedrock update 2.45 reminds players to vote up and report new bugs via bugs.mojang.com.
The world of Minecraft will of course continue to expand in the future. During the Xbox & Bethesda Games Showcase in June, Microsoft unveiled Minecraft Legends – an action-strategy title slated for release in 2023.
So as Minecraft players continue to experiment with the base game, a new type of adventure from co-developer Blackbird Interactive will open up a world of new possibilities.