Minecraft‘s newest feature update will be the Caves and Cliffs update, which will add some fantastic new features to the game like a new ore Copper or a new way to gain materials like the archeology system. These new features will revolutionize how players mine and explore the caves systems within Minecraft.
These features are perfect additions to Minecraft. To guard these new caves is The Warden. The Warden is the first Minecraft mob to be blind and one mob that many players won’t want to find hiding at the end of a cave system. The Warden is also one of the largest mobs currently in Minecraft, having a height of three blocks, which surpasses even the Enderman mob.
Another new feature and one feature that many Minecrafters have been begging for is a way to store items while out roaming around your Minecraft world.
This new item is called the Bundle, which is planned to be added and implemented with the Caves and Cliffs update.
The Bundle has two different item designs, one which shows the Bundle having an opening with a drawstring. The second design for the Bundle only shows when the Bundle is full, the opening has been closed, and the pull string has been pulled all the way shut.
The Bundle allows players to store up to 64 items regardless of type, by dragging and dropping the Bundle onto the time to be stored into it.
The player won’t need to make a large number of Bundles to store various items; the Bundles can store a variety of items, including seeds, flowers, and other stackable items. These Bundles will be the perfect addition to any Minecraft explorer’s arsenal.
One of the most annoying issues that players have to deal with is a full inventory, as this stops the player from collecting more items.
This can cause the player to either drop certain items to make room for new items or make a chest and force the player to make a second trip to the cave system to get all the dropped items.
This second trip can potentially lead to a lot of issues and can even get the player killed if the day happens to turn to night.