Mojang will soon release the second update to their Minecraft Caves and Cliffs Part 2 on November 30. This update, which is the largest in Minecraft’s history will include loads of new features. One of these is the addition biomes.
Minecraft is well-known for its huge maps and many forms of biomes. Each biome has its own unique geographical features, such as temperature, vegetation and water, height and fauna. Minecraft has approximately 70-80 different types of sub-biomes and biomes.
Minecraft Caves and Cliffs Part 2 will bring eight new biomes and sub-biomes into the game. These are the top new biomes that will soon be added to the game.
5) Stony Peaks
Players have already seen tall mountain peaks in Minecraft. But these new sub-biomes for mountain have elevated it to a new level. The Stony Peaks biome has extremely tall mountains and steep, pointed peaks. These mountains will be stunning and can be surrounded by many other structures.
4) Frozen Peaks
The update will see the mountains get a makeover, as the name has been updated. Another mountain biome is coming to the game. Frozen Peaks is a biome that features large mountains made from snow and ice. Ice is typically found in colder, icy biomes but will soon be found here.
3) Snowy Slopes
Another mountain biome will soon be added to Minecraft: snowy slopes This sub-biome, which is stunning in appearance, will feature huge snow-laden slopes that connect the mountains with the snowy plains or tundra biomes. These new powder snow blocks will also be available.
2) Dripstone Caves
The caves will get a bigger and more impressive update than the Minecraft mountains. Dripstone caves will be added to the game with the new update. These caves will be adorned with stalactite and stalagmite spikes. They will be able to grow from a new block called dripstone.
1) Lush Caves
Many Minecraft players were excited about the new cave biome. These cave biomes are known as Lush Caves.
They will bring vegetation to the caves for first time. These caves will be filled by Glowberries, Azalea bushes and drip leaves.