Minecraft enthusiasts discuss the one change they would make to the game

Minecraft enthusiasts discuss the one change they would make to the game ...

Since its official release in 2011, Minecraft has become a worldwide phenomenon, with the game's sandbox survival mode serving as one of the most iconic gaming titles. Developed by Swedish studio Mojang, the game has made many major changes to expand its simple premise, including new mobs, biomes, and more. Now, fans are discussing their most desired changes for the game's future.

In recent years, Minecraft has seen a slew of updates, many of which were made in the last few years. The 'Caves and Cliffs' update completely overhauled the game's cave generation system, while also including a handful of new mountainous biomes. In previous years, Mojang has released two major content updates per year, including the two-part Caves and Cliffs in 2021.

The thread asked Minecraft enthusiasts what they would most like to see, with others wanting new content like dog armor and additional copper usage. Many enthusiasts felt that the game would benefit from a more flexible update schedule, which would allow for more surprises for fans as well as more time for the development team to work.

Another popular request was to enable Minecraft's recently implemented chat reporting system. Many people have expressed their displeasure for the new system, or fear that the system would allow the developer too much power. Mojang has stated that the studio does not intend to retaliate against the new system.

The outcry from fans over the update cycle and new systems implies just how passionate the Minecraft fan base is.

Minecraft is now available on PC, PS4, PS5, Switch, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, and mobile devices.