Mojang Studios is now rolling out Minecraft: Java Edition 1.18.2 Release Candidate 1 to interested testers and players.
The snapshot is tiny, only including two minor bug fixes that resolves issues for Minecraft: Java Edition servers.
If no other critical issues are discovered, the full Minecraft: Java Edition 1.18.2 patch update could be released on Monday, Feb. 28, 2022.
Java Edition 1.18.2 has been no exception, with a flurry of snapshots and pre-release builds released in the weeks preceding up to its release. If no serious flaws are detected in the most recent snapshot, Mojang Studios plans to deliver the huge patch update as soon as Monday, Feb. 28, 2022.
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Java Edition 1.18.2 Release Candidate 1, which, as the name implies, might very well be the identical build published to players, is already following the newest Pre-Release 3 snapshot. Only two minor server-focused changes are included in the snapshot, and Mojang is closely watching it for any other potential critical concerns.
If nothing else is discovered, the 1.18.2 patch update could be ready for an official release on Monday. Although it receives fewer updates than other games, upgrades like version 1.18.2 are what keep it at the top of our list of the best PC games available.
In case you missed it, Mojang Studios also released the first Deep Dark experimental snapshot based on the upcoming The Wild Update, which will bring new biomes, mobs, and features in 2022. The Deep Dark environment and the scary Warden mob are highlighted in the first testing snapshot.
The following are the changes in Minecraft: Java Edition 1.18.2 Release Candidate 1:
Bugs have been fixed.
Some custom dimension settings may cause the server to halt, but not crash.
Some worldgen datapacks are capable of destroying the internal server (possibly related to density functions)