Minecraft PE 1.2.5 – What’s added in the new version?
The main difference between the Better Together Update is the newly introduced cross-platform gameplay compatibility. Also in Minecraft 1.2.5, the ability to broadcast directly from the game to Mixer and other streaming services was added.
In addition, the developers have tried to add to the new version of Minecraft PE 1.2.5 a block that serves to play music records in the game.
It is noteworthy that the player in Minecraft PE 1.2.5 can be used as fuel for the furnace, but this is extremely disadvantageous, since it is created from diamond and burns for only 15 seconds.
Of course, the added block will please redstone enthusiasts, since in Minecraft 1.2.5 Bedrock Edition, plates can be inserted and removed using a funnel.
You can also use console commands to play sounds from a record or synthesize them using a music block.
Despite the fact that the next block in Minecraft PE 1.2.5 has no practical use, it will be useful to note that grass does not grow on rocky ground, which can also be used for decorative purposes.
Also, a variety of land in Minecraft 1.2.5, which is found only in the taiga biome, can be processed with a hoe, after which it turns into ordinary land, on which, in the presence of water and light, you can grow crops.
In addition to what a player will need in survival mode, Mojang developers have added a handy tool for manually generating structures in Minecraft PE 1.2.5. It can also be used to save and load structures into the game.
It’s important to note that building blocks can only be obtained using console commands in Windows 10 edition, and they have the same properties as command blocks.
Also in Minecraft PE 1.2.5, a structural void has been added, which is used to indicate empty areas. Such a structure has no texture, but its edges can be seen if you hover over it.
How to install new Minecraft PE update?
Click on the link below and download a file
What are new items in this update?
in Minecraft PE 1.2.5, a structural void has been added, which is used to indicate empty areas. Such a structure has no texture, but its edges can be seen if you hover over it.
|1 MAY 2021