What’s new in Minecraft PE 1.6.0?
In the Minecraft PE 1.6.0 update, the developers added a new phantom mob, a barrier block, a slow fall effect, and an additional way to fix the elytra.
If earlier there was only a flying mouse among the flying mobs, now the developers of the Mojang studio decided to fix this and added a phantom. These dangerous mobs appear only when you do not sleep for 3 nights in a row in Minecraft PE 1.6.0
So we advise you not to abuse your almost limitless energy. Like most hostile mobs, it dies during the day. Simply burning in the sun. After death, leaves a membrane that will come in handy in the future.
If you do not like the night phantom, and you plan to stay awake stubbornly, then you can remove it from the game.
FACT: In order to remove the phantom, you must enter the chat and select false.
In the survival world of Minecraft PE 1.6.0 you will not be able to find this block, and in creative too. To get a barrier block, you need to write the following command in the chat: /give @s barrier.
This is just a salvation for people who are fond of building maps in the world of Minecraft PE 1.6.0
With the release of the Minecraft PE 1.6.0 update, the repair of the elytra has changed. Now if you accidentally break them, then for repair you will have to look not for the skin, but for the phantom membrane. By the way, it’s not even easy to get.
Slow fall effect
How many times have we lost valuable items due to rash actions at height and accidental death. This could happen during the construction of a house or expeditions to the mountains. In the released Minecraft PE 1.6.0 update, you can no longer be afraid of this.
Use a potion, an arrow, or, in extreme cases, the /effect @s slow_falling command. This will soften the fall considerably, giving the desired “slow fall” effect. In some cases, this can save your life.
How to install new Minecraft PE update?
Click on the link below and download a file
What are new items in this update?
In order to remove the phantom, you must enter the chat and select false.
|15 February 2021