Mojang says the next update for Minecraft will land in 2022. The Microsoft-owned developer announced the release as The Wild Update, which will follow the upcoming Caves and Cliffs Update. Like all major Minecraft upgrades, The Wild Update will bring a host of changes to the world’s most popular game.

According to Mojang, the update will bring a bunch of new blocks to the game, additional mobs, and new biomes. Furthermore, there will be new large ancient cities featuring unique loot to the update.

While the details are not fully known, we can expect Minecraft: The Wild Update to have a massive amount of new content.

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While the update announcement is good news, Mojang also had some disappointing information to pass. Specifically, the company is delaying the release of the Deep Dark biome. This was supposed to land on the Caves and Cliffs Update part 2, which will launch soon. However, Mojang says the biome will now instead drop with The Wild Update.

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Both pieces of news were given and the current Minecraft Live 2021 event. It is unclear if Minecraft: The Wild Update will be split into two release.

Mojang did that with Caves and Cliffs, with Part 1 already available and Part 2 dropping soon. Whether the same happens with The Wild Update will depend on the overall size of the release.

The company has not yet said a release timeframe other than 2022. A likely launch window will be around the summer. Other major Minecraft updates have arrived in June, such as 2019’s The Nether update and Caves and Cliffs Part 1.

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