PlayStation 4 Edition 1.02

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1.02
Edition

PlayStation 4 Edition

Release date

October 2, 2014

1.02 was a version of PlayStation 4 Edition released on October 2, 2014.[1]

Additions[edit]

  • Added a "Copy Save" option to allow people to back-up their world to another save.

Fixes[edit]

  • Fix for tile entities not being saved correctly in unloaded chunks (empty chests, spawners turning into pig spawners, etc.).
  • Enable hiding mashup-pack worlds from the saves list and re-enabling them all from the options menu.
  • Change to "disable saving" setting so that it remains set for a specific save when reloading that save.
  • Fix for Glass Blocks placed next to each other rendering incorrectly.
  • Fix for enchanted items not destroying blocks as quickly as they should.
  • Changed 3D sound attenuation to have linear fall-off, with special cases for thunder, enderdragon & ghast sounds (sound volumes incorrect bug).
  • Improved frame-rate in Jungles.
  • Fix for missing chunks in Superflat world on host console.
  • Fixed an issue with mob spawning rates.
  • Fix for hit box on torches sometimes being incorrect.
  • Fix for entities being duplicated (every save/load cycle) for transferred worlds (multiple enderdragons bug).
  • Fixed "Can Build and Mine" not functioning correctly.
  • Fixed issue with mobs still being aggressive while player is invisible (using Potion).
  • Fixed an issue recording Spider Jockey kills.
  • Fix for players riding boats/minecarts sometimes being invisible to remote players.
  • Fix for Maps placed in an Item Frame appear as blank to other players.
  • Fix to move HUD down when tooltips are disabled.
  • Fix for camera resetting when going through Nether or End Portals.
  • Fixed an issue with save transfers not using the most recent player data.
  • Fix for lily pad breaking particle effect.
  • Fixed an issue with gamer pictures occasionally causing a crash.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. "Minecraft: PlayStation 4 Edition Patch change logs" – Minecraft Forum, October 2, 2014.