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Minecraft's Aquatic Phase Two released today, all platforms

Microsoft has released the Aquatic Phase Two for Minecraft across all platforms.

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Jak Connor
Published Wed, Jul 11 2018 4:00 AM CDT   |   Updated Tue, Jun 16 2020 4:29 PM CDT

Microsoft has released the Aquatic Phase Two patch for Minecraft, adding a bunch of sea-life in all different forms. The update has already been rolled out to all platforms.

The new update will feature brand new dangerous dungeons, underwater zombies that arise at night, sea turtles, bubble columns that will damage players, new achievements and much more.

Microsoft have also not forgotten about Minecraft players that are using the Java version, Microsoft has said "the incredibly hard-working Java team are almost done putting together the Update Aquatic for your version" so hopefully it isn't to much longer before it is rolled out. Minecraft's Aquatic Phase Two has released on Windows 10, VR, mobile devices, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch. Currently there is no known information regarding a release on PlayStation 4 but we can expect that it will be released sometime after the update hits the other platforms. For further information regarding the new Aquatic update visit the official Minecraft website here.

Full list of Phase Two Features:

  • Realms are now available on Nintendo Switch
  • The Drowned - These dangerous, underwater zombies lurk in dark, deep water and will come up to the shore at night
  • Sea Turtles - These gentle creatures can be found swimming in oceans and tanning on beaches. Protect their eggs so more can hatch!
  • Turtle Shell and Scute items
  • Potion of the Turtle Master
  • Nautilus Shells - Can be found while fishing or held by the Drowned
  • Conduits can now be constructed underwater and give players the Conduit Power effect. Craft them with Nautilus Shells & Heart of the Sea
  • Bubble Columns - Magma Blocks create downward flowing columns and Soul Sand creates upward flowing bubbles
  • New Achievements!
  • Added new commands that only affect worlds with Education Edition enabled: 1. /ability - Sets a player's ability 2. /immutableworld - Sets the immutable state of the world 3. /worldbuilder - Toggle World Builder status of caller
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Change log:

  • Changed the menu background to be themed for Update Aquatic
  • Undead mobs will now sink in water and can walk on the bottom
  • Improved the steering of Boats when using keyboard and mouse by pressing W to move forward and S to reverse
  • Dolphins can now be given Raw Fish or Raw Salmon and will swim towards the nearest Ocean Ruins or Shipwreck
  • Husks that have sunk in water will now transform into Zombies and Zombies will transform into Drowned
  • Skeleton Horses can now be ridden underwater
  • Skeletons and Strays will switch from ranged to melee attacks while underwater and switch back when out of water
  • Coral blocks will no longer die as long as one side is touching water
  • Improved player swimming at the surface of water
  • Tridents can now be enchanted with Mending and Unbreaking
  • Added an animation when using Riptide in first person perspective
  • Slightly decreased the friction of Blue Ice
  • Updated the texture of the top of Kelp
  • Updated the texture of Cooked Fish
  • Updated the Riptide spin texture
  • Default Field of View has been reduced from 70 to 60 and can be adjusted in Video Settings
  • Tridents will no longer break blocks in Creative mode
  • The Inventory button has been moved to the top of the Store page

Jak's love for technology, and, more specifically, PC gaming, began at 10 years old. It was the day his dad showed him how to play Age of Empires on an old Compaq PC. Ever since that day, Jak fell in love with games and the progression of the technology industry in all its forms. Instead of typical FPS, Jak holds a very special spot in his heart for RTS games.

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