While it's not on the forefront of everyone's mind like it used to be, Minecraft is still a giant in the game industry. And now, it got just a little bit bigger. Minecraft Update Aquatic has gone live for most platforms.
Initially rolled out with the Bedrock update, the rest of the water-y depths have been given life with this oceanic improvement. A slew of new blocks, items, and mobs have been added, and a number of changes have been made to various game features. We see everything from sea turtles to sunken ships.
We have tridents, dolphins, coral, and waterlogging. We have new physics and textures, as well. The list goes on. For a full breakdown of what this update offers, we recommend checking out the official changelog.
This update is available now for Minecraft on Windows 10, VR, mobile devices, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch. The Java version of the game will receive the update on July 18.