The release primarily entails bug fixes including terrain changes for the Witch, the ability to generate strongholds and trees with flatworld configuration, new hot keys for inventory and more.
The developer, meanwhile, is getting in the Halloween spirit with a major update it aims to release on October 24, something it’s been describing as the “Pretty Scary Update.”
Also known as Minecraft 1.4, the version is expected to bring sweeping changes including the introduction of moss mob Wither, a three-headed ghostly figure, according to a page appearing on minecraftwiki.net.
Minecraft has become increasingly popular since its initial release. The game allows users to survive in a 3D pixelated world by constructing shelters, gathering resources and fending off monsters.