Patch 1.20: the long-announced update is finally coming to Minecraft

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 Patch 1.20: The long-announced update is finally coming to Minecraft

Minecraft developers have pleased fans with information about the upcoming update in patch 1.20, which will finally introduce the gameplay element announced three years ago. This was announced on the Minecraft website.

Developers Mojang have confirmed that with update 1.20, the game will have the ability to perform archaeological excavations. Archeology was announced as part of the Caves & Cliffs is back in 2020, but after its delay and split into two parts, in 2021 the developers announced that adding some features has been put on hold. At the same time, gamers were promised that everything promised would definitely “appear in Minecraft in the future.”
Mojang officially announced that archeology is planned as part of the 1.20 patch, which will be released later this year.

In its current iteration, archeology will introduce a new block under the eloquent name “suspicious sand”. To interact with it, a new tool will appear – a brush with which you can find out what is hidden inside such blocks. Finds can include both random objects and pottery shards painted with patterns. If you combine four shards together, you can get a great pot with a random design.

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