Minecraft 1.20 Update: New Tools and Archaeology

Minecraft 1.20 Update: New Tools and Archaeology ...

Awww yeah, it's time for a new Minecraft update! As always, the most popular and popular video game of all time is Minecraft, although it has only recently been released. Even Tetris, which has ruled the charts for decades since its release many years ago, must stand aside for the Swedish-developed game.

There are a slew of new features that will be included in Minecraft's 1.20 update. Some of these are items that will allow players to do new things in the game. Other items include a new block, armor trims, and many more!

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In Minecraft 1.20, what is new?

With a large number of things already announced to be released with Minecraft's 1.20 update, and certainly a lot more to come, here is a list of everything that has been confirmed so far.

'Suspicious Sand' is a new sand block that may not seem too appealing at first, but it will hold random objects inside. Now, although we aren't too sure which items it will contain, it will at least hold Pottery Shards. Which brings me to our next topic!

The Brush tool (we'll get to that later) on a Suspicious Sand block will allow players to obtain items. With four Pottery Shards, you can create a new Pot that has a symbol on it. However, we're not yet sure how or if players may select which symbols.

This tool, known simply as the Brush, can be used on Suspicious Sand to search for random items, including Pottery Shards. While little is known about this item, we are hopeful that it will have more uses than simply touching the new sand block. Perhaps players can use it on their pets to modify their appearance or even boost their health points!

There will be a slew of new armor designs coming to Minecraft, including templates and trims, and will give the Smithing Table a whole new purpose. We can't wait to see all of the new designs that players come up with for this colorful new addition to the game.

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