Minecraft Update 1.7.5 to Introduce Mini-Games and Fix Server-side Bugs

By   /   Feb 26, 2014

Minecraft is enjoying a whole lot of success with its recent release on the consoles. It has become a phenomenon which is very hard to resist if you are a gamer.

Today, Mojang are planning to release a relatively small but significant update 1.7.5. It will primarily addresses a variety of server-side bugs and performance issues.

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Many of the tweaks included in the patch are apparently pre-requisites for getting Minecraft Realms functional in regions where the server-hosting service is currently unavailable.

The new patch is also set to bring the support for the mini-games.

Mojang also plans to release Minecraft 1.7.6 at some point in the next few weeks, to formally introduce the new skin system being tested in recent Minecraft 1.8 snapshots; seemingly confirming that we’re going to see several more previews builds of the Minecraft 1.8 Update before it finally goes live.

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The developer team has also confirmed that those who install Minecraft 1.7.5 won’t have any issues connecting to Minecraft servers running versions 1.7.2-1.7.4, so you will not have to worry about updating your Minecraft servers until you have some spare time.

Are you excited about the mini-games? Let us know in your comments!