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Bedrock Edition 1.14.1

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Bedrock Edition

Server version

Internal version no.

PS4: 2.01

Release date

Android, iOS, Fire OS, Windows 10, Windows 10 Mobile, Gear VR, Fire TV, Xbox One: December 18, 2019
PS4, Nintendo Switch: December 19, 2019

Development versions

Windows Linux

Protocol version


Other instances
of 1.14.1

1.14.1 is a minor update to Bedrock Edition released on December 18–19, 2019,[1] which fixes bugs.[2]


  • Fixed several crashes that occurred during gameplay, across all platforms.
  • Fixed a crash that occurred when signing into Xbox Live on some Android devices.
  • Added a potential fix for a crash and user interface corruption that occurred after updating the game on Xbox One.
  • Improved performance in areas with high numbers of players.
  • Increased performance when loading skins on featured servers.
  • Fixed some achievements and trophies unlocking for all players during a multiplayer session.
  • View bobbing once again behaves correctly when facing North and South. (MCPE-56214)
  • Bees now become hostile towards the player when baby bees are attacked.
  • Bees now die after attacking. (MCPE-53860)
  • Monsters no longer spawn on glass and leaves.
  • Fixed items disappearing when crafting several items. (MCPE-56118)
  • Fixed some instances of milk randomly disappearing from buckets. (MCPE-57194)
Character creator
  • Fixed some character creator items appearing incorrectly.
  • Fixes to character creator screens when scrolling with the right thumbstick.
  • Fixed broken textures appearing after resource packs are deactivated.
User interface
  • Fixed the prompt that appears when split-screen guests attempt to join a multiplayer world without a Nintendo Switch Online subscription.
  • Fixed the Sign In button on the main menu having the wrong position and touching the edge of the screen with some languages.
  • Fixed an issue that caused some players not to be able to leave the inventory screen on the Marketplace.
  • Fixed placeholder text appearing on the resource packs and behavior packs screens.
  • Various fixes to the user interface when using Japanese language.
  • Fixed the Mario skin pack’s description never loading on Nintendo Switch.


  • The first beta for 1.14.1 came out before 1.14.0 was fully released.
  • This is the first time since 1.2.13 that a minor update has received development versions.