Minecraft 1.5.0 – What’s added in the new version?
In the second phase of Update Aquatic, Mojang Studios developers have added new mobs and items that will diversify the sea travel of players in Minecraft PE 1.5.0.
If in the early versions the ocean was a soulless body of water, now it is actually interesting to explore. Not to mention that in this Minecraft 1.5.0 water update you can build a house at the bottom of the ocean.
Players lucky enough to find the Heart of the Sea in a Buried Treasure will be able to craft a new block, the Sea Conduit, which grants the Sea Force effect when placed in a specific structure.
Once the Sea Conduit is activated, all players within a certain radius lose their underwater breath bar. In addition, underwater vision and block breaking speed are improved.
It is interesting to note that it is thanks to the Marine Explorer in Minecraft PE 1.5.0 that you can even live under water. There is no doubt that this naval update will inspire many amazing and creative ideas for players.
Also, a friendly mob was added to Minecraft 1.5.0 – a turtle that can live both on land and in water.
Turtles usually crawl aimlessly on the sand on the beach, so finding them will not be difficult. When they grow up, they return to the place where they were born and lay turtle eggs there.
It will be important to say that a shield falls from adult mobs. Despite the fact that the item itself does not bring significant benefits, it is used as ingredients for crafting things that are very important for Minecraft PE 1.5.0.
Five of these shields can be crafted into a turtle shell that looks like a green helmet and gives the player the Underwater Breathing effect. Thanks to this effect, players no longer need to craft doors in order not to suffocate underwater, which will greatly simplify the exploration of the underwater depths.
How to install new Minecraft PE update?
Click on the link below and download a file
What are new items in this update?
a friendly mob was added to Minecraft 1.5.0 - a turtle that can live both on land and in water.
|3 February 2021