Bedrock Edition beta 1.11.0.3

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beta 1.11.0.3
Edition

Bedrock Edition

Art

Build

Erscheinungsdatum

Xbox One, Windows 10, Android:
28. Februar 2019

Build für

1.11.0

Protokollversion

351

Beta 1.11.0.3 is the second beta version for Bedrock Edition 1.11.0, released on February 28, 2019,[1] which adds a raid bossbar and the Befehl /mobevent command.

Additions[Bearbeiten]

Gameplay[Bearbeiten]

Raids
  • Added raid bossbar.
    • Are currently just a placeholder.

Command format[Bearbeiten]

Befehl /mobevent

Changes[Bearbeiten]

Blocks[Bearbeiten]

Fletching tables, smithing tables and sweet berry bushes
Grindstones
Hoppers

Items[Bearbeiten]

Splash water bottles
Sweet berries

Mobs[Bearbeiten]

Cats
  • Now respawn based on the number of beds in the village.
    • One cat spawns for every four beds in the village.
    • Total caps at 10 cats per village.
Ravagers
Trader llamas
  • Can no longer be bred.
  • Can no longer spawn as baby variants.
  • Now spit at mobs that are hostile to their owner.
    • Player damage triggers the llama to become aggressive, but does not cause the trader to hide.
New villagers
  • Are no longer only available through Experimental Gameplay.
  • Now heal when they wake up in the morning.
Wandering traders
  • Now drink an invisibility potion during dusk.
  • Now drink an invisibility potion to escape hostile mobs or when struck by projectiles and magic attacks.
New zombie villagers
  • Are no longer only available through Experimental Gameplay.

World generation[Bearbeiten]

Pillager outposts
New villages
  • Are no longer only available through Experimental Gameplay.

Gameplay[Bearbeiten]

Pillager patrols
Raids
  • Players can now trigger a raid when entering a village with the Bad Omen status effect.
    • Players receive the Bad Omen status effect when killing an illager captain.
  • Raid states are saved and loaded between sessions.
  • Ravagers are sometimes ridden by a pillager or vindicator when spawning in a raid.
  • Raids now use the "dweller component" to track raiders, even when they are unloaded.
  • Pillagers, vindicators, witches, and ravagers spawned from a raid move toward their village dictated from the dweller component.
Status effects

Fehlerkorrekturen[Bearbeiten]

Einzelnachweise[Bearbeiten]