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Minecraft Caves & Cliffs Update: Part II releases November 30

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Mojang has announced that Minecraft Caves & Cliffs Update: Part II is releasing November 30, plus there's a new pre-release available to try out.

Bringing with it updated terrain generation, higher peaks with the extended world-height so you can build massive towers, more impressive and interesting cave systems to explore, larger ore veins and plenty more to keep an eye-out for. We're also getting Candles too. Sadly though a few items didn't make the cut this time including archeology, bundles, and goat horns. Mojang say they aren't cancelling them but they're not going to be in the update after either (The Wild Update).

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If you do want to try it early and see how it looks, their team put up a fourth pre-release version.

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drmoth Nov 19, 2021
So looking forward to this, it really does feel like one of their most significant updates ever.
Janne Nov 19, 2021
I reinstalled it for the first time in years so I can try out the update once it's out.
14 Nov 20, 2021
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It'll stink to generate a new world, but I'm gonna have to for this. The new landscape looks so good.
drmoth Nov 23, 2021
Quoting: 14It'll stink to generate a new world, but I'm gonna have to for this. The new landscape looks so good.

AFAIK you can keep your old world and upgrade it, if that's what you want.
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