Update 2.30 has arrived for Minecraft, and here is the full list of changes and fixes added with this patch.
A new hotfix was released for console versions of Minecraft today. If you are playing the game on PS4, the patch number is 2.30. Officially though, this fix is recognized by the developer as Update 1.17.32 (Bedrock).
Don't expect to see any new content or features, as this update is mostly about bug fixes. One of the most important fixes is to avoid crashes during your game. A fix has also been made when downloading content if you are playing on Nintendo Switch.
You can read the full patch notes below.
Minecraft Update 2.30 Patch Notes
- Fixed several crashes that could occur during gameplay
- Fixed a crash that could occur when navigating the market sidebar
- Fixed issues with content not loading even when connected to the internet (MCPE-102994)
- Fixed an issue where glowing blocks would force players to spawn on the surface of the Overworld
- Fixed loot enchantment not being applied when a mob is killed with a projectile (MCPE-141935)
- Fixed an issue causing the error "Unable to package your world file for upload" when uploading a world to Realms on Nintendo Switch
- Fixed some chunks being dropped when re-entering a flat world and ancient world with the Caves & Cliffs experimental toggle enabled, as well as other world generation issues (MCPE-140428)
Don't forget to contact the developer for more feedback on future updates and fixes. Minecraft is available now on PC, PlayStation, Xbox, Nintendo Switch and mobile devices. The information taken above comes from the game's official website.