Update 14 rolled out for Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition owners just a few weeks ago. It added things like new features, gameplay tweaks, new items and villager trading. It also added a laundry list of bugs, a few of which just haven't been easy to ignore.
But that's ok, right? Minecraft is a complex game, bugs will pop up from time to time. Update 15 addresses almost two dozen of these bugs. It doesn't add anything new (unless you count "playability"), but for everyone who has been struggling with audio issues and blocks reappearing after they've been mined, 15 is your new friend.
The full list of fixes should put your crafting heart at ease. If you don't wanna read the whole thing, these few should bestow an almost equal amount of ease:
- Fix for blocks reappearing after they are mined.
- Fix to random fall damage issue.
- Fix for slow chunk loading speed.
- Fix for problem causing first item in the quickselect bar to sometimes move to the inventory on opening the inventory.
- Fix for issue when players teleported while riding a pig or a minecart
- Fix for gamertag being visible when using an invisibility potion.
- Fix to issue causing stationary network players to oscillate between two slightly different positions.
- Fix for unsynchronised audio.
The fix comes with other good news that Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition saves will transfer to the Xbox One version of Minecraft when it's released. Nobody knows just when that will be, but Microsoft said it was "really close" a few weeks ago, so now it's probably "really, really close".