Minecraft Caves and Cliffs: Part II releases November 30, Bundles and Archeology postponed

Minecraft Caves and Cliffs: Part II releases November 30, Bundles and Archeology postponed

The highly anticipated Caves & Cliffs: Part II for Minecraft finally has a release date. Expected by the middle of December, the Caves & Cliffs second half surprised Minecraft players with a November 30 release date.

Minecraft Caves & Cliffs: Part I launched earlier this year on July 8, and was focused on adding new items and entities. Part II is a major overhaul that focuses on world generation and biomes, as well as better caves, mountains, and other features.

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While players rejoice the earlier-than-expected release date, there is also a downside. Three of the features originally planned for Caves & Cliffs: Part II have been delayed. The Caves & Cliffs: Part II update will not include the following:

  • Archeology. All aspects of the Archeology system were delayed.
  • Goat Horns. This item would’ve been a drop from Goats charging into solid blocks.
  • Bundles. We’re saddest to see the item delayed in the Bundle. It would have allowed you to store 6 items or stacks in one inventory slot.

These features have not been cancelled, but will be added to an upcoming update.

Minecraft Caves & Cliffs: Part II will be available on all platforms on November 30.

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