Updated June 9, 2020: A kind Twitter user (thanks, @Emeraled3452!) managed to find the changelog for this patch, giving us more information on what changed. Changelog below!
- Improved stability.
- Fixed an issue that prevented the Corrupted Cauldron boss from spawning in Soggy Swamp during online multiplayer.
- Fixed an issue that caused an infinite loading screen when accepting an invite while the game was paused during online play.
- Fixed an issue that caused a crash when joining local multiplayer.
The Nintendo Switch also got better data collection for crashes and now has the correct name for different languages. You can find the full changelog here.
The original post follows:
Less than two weeks after launch, Minecraft Dungeons is getting a decent sized patch on Xbox One that should fix some of the stability issues the game is having. Many players have been experiencing relatively nasty bugs and crashes, so hopefully the new update will solve many of them. The news comes from Mojang Studios new Community Manager, Mega_Spud, on Reddit.
While we don’t have a changelog to rely on here, it’s safe to assume that the Minecraft Dungeons team also took the time to include general improvements and bug fixes in the patch while They were there, hoping the game would be a more cohesive experience overall. There probably won’t be any new features or hidden secrets in the patch, so we won’t get our hopes up, but that won’t stop us from checking it out anyway.
We’ll update this post if we get a full changelog for the patch. In the meantime, download the 18.104.22.168 update for Minecraft Dungeons and enjoy all those delicious bug fixes.
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