A bug in the successful Minecraft has been annoying players since 2012. But now it has finally been fixed. This should especially please those who prefer comfort in games.
Years of waiting for a bug fix in Minecraft
What was that bug? On November 21, 2012, Minecraft players reported a problem with the anvil. Should this break, the used item appeared on the ground and the players had to pick it up.
Sounds like a feature, but it wasn’t. Because actually the item should automatically move into the player’s inventory.
What was the problem? Basically it was just a convenience issue. An extra click that was too much for some players. It is simply more effective and convenient if the item does not have to be picked up, but appears in the inventory straight away.
Since it wasn’t a game breaking bug, the priority in fixing it wasn’t that high either. The fact that it took over eight years for a fix to be released still seems a little long.
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How long has the bugfix been around? With the Snapshot 21w18areleased this week, the item that is released when the anvil is broken will be pushed straight into players’ inventories.
There are also a few other changes:
- Screaming goats are now more likely to run over you
The new ore veins have been optimized
- The copper spawn rate has been reduced
- General adjustments to the ore distribution
The bug fix shows that some changes and adjustments to Minecraft can take some time, but the development team does not lose sight of them. So if you have been waiting a long time for a certain bug to be fixed, then this story could be a consolation to you that it will probably happen at some point.
Would you have thought that a bug in Minecraft would still be fixed 8 years after the report?