GAMERS rejoice as the new Minecraft Caves & Cliffs update launched today.
The blocky 3D world video game, Minecraft, is one of the most popular games in the world as fans have been waiting patiently for the newest update.
The new Minecraft Caves and Cliffs update launched on June 8[/caption]
How do you tame an Axolotl in Minecraft?
In the world of Minecraft, an Axolotl is an aquatic creature that attacks most of the other underwater beings such as fishes, squids, browned’s and guardians.
Axolotls need water to survive but can survive on dry land for a few minutes.
Beyond that and the creature starts to dry out and needs to be rehydrated, if not, they eventually die.
Axolotls can be spawned in Creative Mode with a Spawn Egg, Axolotl Bucket or with the summon command.
The aquatic creature Axolotl can be found in the latest Minecraft update[/caption]
On appearing, they can be picked up with buckets, just like Fish.
Gamers may be disappointed to find out that Axolotls cannot be tamed in Minecraft.
However, if you hold a bucket of Tropical Fish around them, it will cause the nearby Axolotls to follow you onto the battle both land and in water.
Are there Blue Axolotls?
Axolotls come in a variety of colors, all with an equal chance of spawning except for the blue Axolotls.
The Blue Axolotl is a super rare variant with a 1 in 1200 chance of appearing as a mutation when two Axolotls are bred.
When did the Minecraft Caves & Cliffs update release?
The Caves & Cliffs update released on June 8 on all gaming platforms.
The Caves & Cliffs update has released on all gaming platforms[/caption]
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Caves & Cliffs: Part I introduces new mobs and blocks to Minecraft, including the Axolotl.
Players can now get to play with glow lichen, powder snow, and deep slate blocks, as well as the new amethyst geodes.
Gamers can also build with new blocks like copper, pointed dripstone, and moss, hang some hanging roots and cave vines and marvel at the new ore textures.