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Minecraft 1.20 to Get New Cherry Blossom Biome

Minecraft 1.20 is on its way and will receive a new cherry blossom biome that provides the game with a new colorful biome.


's has announced that the release of 1.20 will make interesting changes to the world's most popular game. Specifically, the developer says that Archeology is coming to the game, while a new mob (the Sniffer) is also included. Furthermore, the company says that a new cherry blossom biome will add a splash of color to the game.

In a new blog post, Mojang says the cherry blossom in Minecraft 1.20 will bring pink trees with flat tops that look like clouds. Users can farm these trees into full wood sets and convert into a hanging sign.

“This beautiful biome is filled with cherry blossom trees that bring a unique look to the horizon as their crowns are big and flat, like fluffy pink clouds. It's no wonder that three adorable mobs, pigs, sheep, and bees, are drawn to them and will spawn in this biome. 

The cherry tree can be broken down into a full wood-set as well as crafted into the new hanging sign that is also coming in Minecraft 1.20! You can also find cherry tree saplings in the biome, so you can plant them wherever you want.”

Archaeology Feature

Earlier this month, we reported on the Archaeology feature coming to Minecraft on version 1.20.

Players will have access to a special sand block called “Suspicious Sand” that can be found near Desert Temples. The temples can also be investigated using the new Brush tool to uncover Pottery Shards and other objects. Collecting four Pottery Shards will form a clay pot that can be used as a decoration item.

Tip of the day: To prevent attackers from capturing your password, Secure Sign-in asks the user to perform a physical action that activates the sign-in screen. In some cases, this is a dedicated “Windows Security” button, but the most common case in Windows is the Ctrl+Alt Del hotkey. In our tutorial, we show you how to activate this feature.

Luke Jones
Luke Jones
Luke has been writing about all things tech for more than five years. He is following Microsoft closely to bring you the latest news about Windows, Office, Azure, Skype, HoloLens and all the rest of their products.

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