Java Edition Inches Closer to 1.13 Update Aquatic

Earlier this week Minecraft Java Edition version 1.13-pre was released bringing a stable, very playable Update Aquatic experience. The feature list is long in 1.13-pre which focuses on underwater features alike Minecraft’s 1.4 release (Bedrock, formerly Minecraft PE).

Coral Reef
A coral reef, one of the new features in Minecraft 1.13, the Update Aquatic

Java Edition Developers spoke about testing potential Update Aquatic features back in February by way of a snapshot. Excitement then was around turtles. Saying the underwater enhancements have come a long way is an incredible understatement.

In 1.13-pre warm ocean biomes often deliver beautiful coral reefs. New underwater features include underwater ruins and caves as well as shipwrecks and buried treasure. With 1.13 getting it’s final polish, we’ve started posting 1.13 seeds including:

We’ll continue posting Aquatic Update seeds until, and following, the proper release.

Shipwreck and Dolphins
A shipwreck and dolphins, two new features you’ll find in Minecraft 1.13

With the Java Edition aiming for parity with the Bedrock version of Minecraft, here’s features that both versions will soon share.

Minecraft Update Aquatic Java Edition

There’s a comprehensive list of updates that will be released on Gamepedia.

A few of our favorite new underwater enhancements include:

  • Blue Ice
  • Bubble Columns
  • Buried Treasure
  • Conduit
  • Coral Reef, Blocks and Fans
  • Dolphin
  • Fish Buckets
  • Heart of the Sea
  • Icebergs
  • Kelp
  • Nautilus Shell
  • Shipwrecks
  • Trident
  • Tropical Fish
  • Underwater Ruins

Stay tuned for more on the Update Aquatic and 1.13 seeds fore Java Edition!


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One Reply to “Java Edition Inches Closer to 1.13 Update Aquatic”

  1. Aquatic Update Should have Entire Underwater Animal Kingdom and Between Open Ocean and Sky Should have same Animal Kingdom as well in Phases 3 thru 10. Remember Video Game Players are Asking for and Focus on Land biomes as well by looking at Our Plant Earth’s Terrestial Habitates

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