Bees are new neutral mobs that adore flowers and constantly collect nectar to create honey.
Don't touch the bees, and they won't touch you! If a bee attacks a player, it leaves its sting in him and dies after a while.
Bees use hives as a home and store their honey there. There are two types of hives: wild and normal. Wild you can find in flower and sunflower biomes.
An ordinary beehive is created in a workbench of boards and honeycombs.
Each hive has a level, the maximum level is the fifth. If the block has the maximum level of fullness, then it will change the texture with the flowing honey.
Only at the fifth level of the block can you get honey!
Honeycombs can be obtained from honey-filled hives. Use scissors to get the honeycomb.
If you use an empty bottle on a honey-filled hive, you will get a bottle of honey that can be used as a food source or to create a honey block!
This block is similar to the slime block, but it differs in that it glues creatures to itself.
Just a beautiful honey block.
This block can be created from four bottles of honey.
Since version Minecraft Bedrock Beta 1.14, developers have added support for cloaks to the game! So far, only one cloak is available and you can apply it in the character editor.
We would like to note that raincoats only work with skins from Bedrock store, you cannot use your own skins.
The texture is applied not only to the cloak, but also changes the design of the elytra!
This was a brief description of all the main innovations of this update, if we forgot something, then please let us know.
Minecraft BETA 1.14 Update
Updated: January 29, 2020.
Latest version: v184.108.40.206
- The Xbox One now has a limit on resource sets (maximum 256x256) to avoid crashes;
- Fixed a bug that caused the game to crash in some worlds;
- Auto-jump will no longer be triggered if the player passes through open doors;
- Crafting honey blocks now returns the correct number of empty bottles.