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Minecraft: Aquatic Update Phase One Features

Minecraft has received an absolutely massive update with the "Aquatic" free content available now. This update aims to completely revamp the once barren oceans to fill them with life, activities and things to do. It's crazy and is just filled with little details that should provide countless new hours of sea adventures. This has everything from collecting Tridents, to swimming with a series of fish and even discovering lost shipwrecks. It's amazing to see such a wide spread addition to the experience and one that's sure to be celebrated by many playing. The full list can be found below that breaks down every single new thing they've added to Xbox One, Windows 10 PC, Pocket Edition and Virtual Reality platforms. This will also be available on the Minecraft Nintendo Switch edition once that gets Bedrock on June 21st, 2018.

The Aquatic Update Phase One Features List
Fish (salmon, cod, pufferfish, tropical fish)
Bucket of fish
Coral (coral, coral fans, coral blocks)
Kelp, Dried Kelp, Kelp Block
Dolphins (follow boats, get a boost swimming next to them)
Icebergs
Blue Ice
Nine Ocean Biomes (frozen, deep frozen, cold, deep cold, lukewarm, deep lukewarm, normal, deep normal, warm)
Underwater Ravines & caves
Sea grass
Sea pickle (w/ illumination! Up to 4 in a block - only light up underwater) Minecraft Turtles Screenshot
Shipwrecks
Treasure chests (in ruins, shipwrecks)
Ruins
Swimming
Treasure Map
Buried Treasure
Heart of the Sea in buried treasure chests (non-active)
Trident
Trident enchantment
Stripped Logs
Buttons, Trap Doors, Pressure Plates with variation
Carved Pumpkins
Floating Items
Boat Polish (smoother control)
8 new Xbox Achievements (all platforms)
Water has a completely new look and increased visibility while underwater
Prismarine Stairs and Slabs
New swimming animation while sprinting in water

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Gamerheadquarters Reviewer Jason Stettner
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