Minecraft Update 2.02 Is Live, Various Bug Fixes And Improvements

Minecraft has received Update 2.02. You can now download this patch on PlayStation 4. You will find that Minecraft Update 2.02 has quite a few performance improvements; and bug fixes to gameplay, user interface, mobs, and more. Something that stands out in this patch is that they fixed a crash that could occur when travelling through a Nether Portal with another entity.

Minecraft is a video game created by Markus Persson and the Mojang team that is constantly evolving. The game combines open world and adventures in both single player and multiplayer mode, obtaining resources in the game world and building houses and other structures with them. Below you will find some key patch notes regarding Minecraft Update 2.02.

  • Fixed several crashes that could occur during gameplay
  • Fixed several crashes that could occur when loading into world on Nintendo Switch
  • Placing a compass and locator map in the crafting grid no longer causes the game to crash (MCPE-57882)
  • Fixed a crash that could occur when travelling through a Nether Portal with another entity (MCPE-58568)
  • Fixed a crash that could occur when converting a world with fireworks equipped in a crossbow
  • Fixed a crash that could occur with raids on converted worlds
  • Fixed a crash in Minecraft that could occur when loading the ‘Extreme Speed Runner’ Marketplace world on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One
  • Classic skin choices no longer revert after reloading the game (MCPE-55278)
  • Fixed the LittleBigPlanet world and textures not being usable if the game was installed from disc
  • Fixed issues with the ‘Chroma Hills’ texture pack not loading on Nintendo Switch
  • Split-screen players can no longer be left in a limbo state when joining the game while the primary player quits at the same time

Here you will find the complete list of Minecraft Update 2.02 patch notes. I remind you that Mojang’s Minecraft released in November 2011 for PC, in October 2011 for Android, in November 2011 for iOS, in September 2014 for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch in May 2017.