Minecraft's 1.20 Update Introduces Beautiful Cherry Blossom Biome, But Also Bugs
Minecraft's 1.20 update is planned for release in 2023 and is highly anticipated due to its exciting new features, including the stunning cherry blossom biome. Players have been testing the update in its playable snapshot, but they have encountered a few bugs along the way. Here, we'll explore the new biome, the bugs, and how players can work around them.
The cherry blossom biome is a gorgeous addition to the game and features vibrant flowers, trees, and a new type of campfire that produces smoke. Unfortunately, the campfire also has a bug associated with it.
Players have reported that when they try to light the campfire, it produces smoke but the fire itself does not appear. This bug can be worked around by using flint and steel instead of a campfire to light the logs.
In addition to the campfire bug, players have also experienced an issue with the cherry blossom trees. When attempting to break the logs of the trees, sometimes nothing happens. This bug can be resolved by destroying the leaves on the tree first, then attempting to break the logs.
The Minecraft 1.20 update may have its fair share of bugs, but the beautiful cherry blossom biome has been a hit among players. With a few workarounds, players can still explore the biome and its features, such as the campfire and trees. As the developers continue to test the update, hopefully, these bugs will be resolved soon.