Minecraft is set to receive one of its biggest ever updates next Spring. The Update Aquatic will completely overhaul water environments within the game, making the oceans a much more compelling space to explore.
According to the developers, one of the main changes that is being made is to how enemies, objects, and material is generated. It will also add support for new types of encounters, such as treasure hunts, and introduce new mobs such as dolphins.
The news comes alongside an announcements that the “Super Duper Graphics Update” and cross-play functionality for the Nintendo Switch has been delayed until early 2018. Both push backs are due to Mojang wanting to get the updates working perfectly before they are released to the public.