Minecraft: Bedrock Edition will receive a hotfix update today

Just because the Nether update is fully released doesn't mean Mojang Studios is done adding and customizing it. Last week they added a brand new gang in the beta! Today, Mojang Studios is releasing a quick hotfix for anyone who solves some common issues that players have encountered since its release.

Related: All essential information related to the Nether update in one place

1.16.1 solves the following problems:

If you are interested, you can view the full changelog here. This update is currently only released for the Windows 10 platform, but will roll out gradually to other platforms at an unspecified time. It's good that Mojang Studios still remains diligent in fixing the Nether update as some of these issues caused problems for many players. According to Mojang Studios, another hotfix is ​​already in the works.

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