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Image for the Update Aquatic released by Mojang for Bedrock Edition 1.4.[1]

The Update Aquatic (unofficially also referred to as the Ocean Aquatic Update, Ocean Update Aquatic or Aquatic Update)[2] is the name for the upcoming Java Edition version 1.13[3]. Phase One of the Update Aquatic is already released for the Bedrock Edition as version 1.4, with the rest of the features to come later as version 1.5. Legacy Console Editions will be getting the update as well, except on the Xbox One Edition (which was replaced by the Bedrock Engine) and the Nintendo Switch Edition. Nintendo Switch Edition players will get it as a patch and will also be able to install the new version of the game for free. This will be the last update for Legacy Console Editions, excluding PlayStation 4.[4] Additionally, the Update Aquatic was released for the Education Edition in the 1.4.0 update.[5] All of these updates have been, or are set to be released in Q2 2018.[6][7]

The official name for the update, the Update Aquatic, was revealed on November 18, 2017, during the MineCon Earth livestream, at which time it was to be released as 1.14.

Jeb had stated in a 2011 interview that he wanted to implement more sea life into the game.[8]

The first pre-release on Java Edition, 1.13-pre1, was released on June 4, 2018, and the second pre-release was released on June 15th.

Notable features

Additions

Changes

Further revisions

Bedrock Edition

  • 1.4.1 was released exclusively on Android, Fire OS, and Fire TV to fix a bug involving players losing previously purchased items.
  • 1.4.2 was released to fix several crash-related bugs.
  • 1.4.3 was released exclusively on iOS devices to fix some bugs and added a new map by Blockceptions.
  • 1.4.4 was released exclusively on Android, Fire OS, and Fire TV to fix a bug that had issues with telementry.

Videos

Java Edition

Bedrock Edition

Phase One

Video made by slicedlime:

References

Promotional Content