The excitement for the Minecraft 1.19 update has increased dramatically since the Minecraft 1.18 update was released. The anticipation is justified, given the popularity of previous updates and the appreciation of the audience for them,
What are the Latest Updates?
Minecraft 1.19 is more than just a new update. We are getting a complete package. New blocks, structures, weather systems, and most likely new mobs will all be part of Minecraft 1.19.
These features tend to overshadow the Minecraft 1.18 update and make it seem smaller. The new boss Warden and Allay, the player choice mob, are another interesting feature.
All these features are exciting, but the question is: When will the wild update be released? The wait is over. Read on to find out all the answers.
We are now in the middle of January and we still have not received any official announcements about the Minecraft 1.19 update's release date. Don't be discouraged. We may be able to find a clue if we look at the Minecraft historical release timeline.
Major updates are released with a six-month gap. This means that we will likely be able to download the latest Minecraft 1.19 update by June 2022. The new Minecraft 1.19 update is expected to be released in June 2022.
While June is a good guess, it's not the best time to bet. We should look at all factors.
Multiple leaks from well-known and respected Minecraft modders, and not to mention the availability of 1.19 Bedrock beta early, have allowed us to get the update even earlier than usual. It is still three to four months until the update arrives. Official statements will be made soon, hopefully. Many a Minecraft server list already features servers claiming to already run the new update, however these are mostly modded versions or are fraudulent.
Are the Minecraft 1.19 Wild Updates Divided into Two Parts?
According to a tweet by Hamish, Minecraft developer Mojang may have split the update into Caves and Cliffs updates, according to our belief.
The wild update will completely overhaul Minecraft's in-game structure. It will also include all Minecraft biomes. Two updates will make it easier to roll out the updates and quickly apply the changes. Two-part updates, however, are not confirmed news.