The Title 21 update from February 11 has been reported as having quite a few bugs. Now, we bring you good news, as Title 22 Update has arrived, clearing those bugs from the last patch. The problems found in the previous patch have been listed down on the official forums, and they are as follows:
- Falling through the ground while riding a boat on the land
- Incorrect mining animation
- Incorrect placement of the pistons
- Leads/Horses needs rust Player update
- Incorrect Lapis Lazuli texture
- Passive mobs farther than 32 blocks away continued moving
- Fire never extinguishes if Fire Spreads are disabled.
Existing problems have been approached in the Title Update 22 for the Xbox 360 and the CU10 for the Xbox One.
The Minecraft developers are constantly improving the gaming experience. The game, which has gain insane popularity, is featured in its own documentary called Minecraft: The Story of Mojang. The documentary focuses on the game’s origins and how it got started. The documentary premiered recently and is expected to bank on people wanting o know more about the Minecraft phenomenon.
The game’s documentary debut has been followed by a show called Talking Minecraft. The show continues to dig deeper into the origins of Minecraft, exploring even further, continuing where the documentary left on, says Gamespot.
Some of you may be wandering why is Minecraft worth having its own documentary. Well, for those of you that were unaware, Minecraft started out as a game criticized for its graphics quality, but ended up blowing out of proportions, becoming a huge success that helped its developers bank about $2.5 billion. The documentary is telling their story, and how this happened. The game recorded a record number of 1 million players playing at the same time last month, on the PC version.