Minecraft Update 2.03 Is Out, Various Bug Fixes And Improvements

Minecraft has received Update 2.03. You can now download this patch on PlayStation 4, PC, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch. You will find that Minecraft Update 2.03 has a few performance improvements; and bug fixes to gameplay, user interface, blocks, and more. Something that stands out in this patch is that they fixed an issue where joinable friends on Nintendo Switch were still visible after the world has been closed.

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 2.03.

  • Fixed several crashes that could occur during gameplay.
  • 256x resolution packs are now restricted on Xbox One to prevent crashing. This is a temporary solution until we have the crashing issue resolved.
  • Fixed a crash that could occur in certain Minecraft worlds (MCPE-59756).
  • Split-screen will now display a message to join when the main controller is disconnected.
  • Realms can no longer be purchased if not logged into Xbox Live.
  • Players that are not linked to a Nintendo account on Switch are once again able to edit characters.
  • Fixed an issue where joinable friends on Nintendo Switch were still visible after the world has been closed.
  • The ‘Sign In’ button is now scaled properly on all platforms.
  • Fixed placeholder text appearing on the pause menu when hosting a game without an internet connection in Minecraft.
  • Entities no longer stop moving when the ‘circle_around_anchor’ behavior is added via a component group added by an event and/or there was a block close to their hitbox.

Here you will find the complete list of Minecraft Update 2.03 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.