Minecraft 1.20 update will bring camels, bamboo crafting, and more

Minecraft 1.20 update is set to launch in 2023.

Highlights
  • Mojang has offered first look at Minecraft 1.20 update.
  • Minecraft 1.20 will feature camels, bamboo crafting, hanging signs, and more.
  • Minecraft 1.20 will be releasing in 2023.

Mojang has offered a glimpse at what’s coming in the next major Minecraft update. During Minecraft Live 2022, the developer showed off new features being added to the game next year, alongside its upcoming title Minecraft Legends. The update is referred to as Minecraft 1.20, and it will be bringing many new elements to the game. While Mojang hasn’t revealed all the details about Minecraft 1.20 update, the first details about the update are out. Although the exact release date of this update is under the wraps, Minecraft 1.20 will be releasing some time in 2023.

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As reported by EuroGamer, Minecraft 1.20 will introduce camels that can jump over small distances and carry two players. Besides these, the game will get chiselled bookshelves, hanging signs, and bamboo crafting. With bamboo crafting, players will be able to build a bamboo raft to travel across water bodies. Before the Minecraft 1.20 update, the game will get brand-new default skins on November 29th, 2022. These will give you seven more choices when you start playing the game. The developer will share more details about Minecraft 1.20 in the coming months. The previous Minecraft 1.19 update had introduced a new biome, mob, and many other elements to the game.

Mojang offered another look at Minecraft Legends, the upcoming real-time strategy spinoff game. Launching in 2023, Minecraft Legends will let you explore a huge procedurally-generated world while you are riding on top of an animal. You can summon friendly animals as well as monsters, make them harvest resources, and send them off into battle in Minecraft Legends. Mojang also paid tribute to the late Minecraft YouTuber Technoblade, who won this year’s mob vote for The Sniffer.