Minecraft – PC Snapshot Update Notes, Fire Hazards Video

Developer Mojang has released a new PC snapshot update as well as a video for Minecraft featuring fire hazards.

You can view the full snapshot update below:

  • Added /setworldspawn and /setworldspawn to set the world’s default spawn point
  • Maps in item frames now display the item frame again, but still on a full block scale
  • Jukeboxes now loop
  • Changed the texture for pufferfish

Fixed bugs:

  • Fixed being unable to type certain characters in chat under certain conditions
  • Fixed cauldron water not putting out fire or damage blazes
  • Axes accelerate the speed at which Slabs are broken
  • when typing /help with a number higher than 4, it produces the wrong message
  • Boats cannot be steered by using the “left” and “right” keys
  • Minecraft has advice on an error report that should be deleted.
  • Players appear offset for other clients after going through nether portals
  • Spawn eggs can be used on top of water, but not lava
  • Typo on “Unable to Load Worlds” screen
  • Sound warnings in console
  • Master sound level resets on reboot and RP Change
  • Numbers render behind enchanted stacked enchanted items
  • Splash potions making throw sound but not breaking sound.
  • OS X: Pressing Del / Backspace on signs shows “DEL” character instead of deleting characters
  • Multiple Background Songs Playing At One Time / Automatic music overlap
  • German Umlauts and ß are not correctly centered at sign
  • Partially Transparent Maps
  • Typing ƒ, ∞ œ, π, Ω, ≈, √, ≤, ≥ and many more symbols on a sign or in the chat crashes the game.
  • “Format Error” In the Book and Quill
  • Cake FallingSand Entity not landing correctly regenerates chunk
  • “Force Unicode Font” is displayed in currently active language, whereas “Done” is displayed in highlighted language
  • “Format error” in language selection menu
  • RCON Messages: TranslatableComponent

You can view the new trailer below:

You can also view the Minecraft Xbox Turned Natural video here.

What did you think?