If you’re an avid fan of the Minecraft series, you may have picked up the “Pocket Edition” for Android or iOS at some point and enjoyed a few hours of block building on the go. Along side many improvements set to launch with the 0.9 patch, Minecraft will add infinite world size on mobile this week.
Patching up on July 10th, the newest version of Minecraft Pocket Edition will include new blocks, randomly generated cave systems, more biomes and more as announced by Mojang today. As part of the massive 54 million unit sales, nearly half of these sales are made in the Pocket Edition, with 21 million sales on mobile, and Mojang has confirmed recently that editions for the PlayStation Vita, PS4 and Xbox One will launch this August.
Here are the full details of the coming patch as released by Mojang:
0.9.0 patch notes
•Loads of new blocks and items including Monster Eggs and huge mushroom blocks.
•Wolves! Tame a loyal companion.
•Loads of new flowers! So pretty.
•New mobs, including the spooky endermen and less spooky Mooshrooms.
•New biomes from the PC version, including mesas, jungles, swamps and extreme hills.
•Abandoned mineshafts, villages, and many other cool places to explore.
•A brand-new “interaction” button. Never accidentally punch a sheep again!
•New feature generation, including lakes, vines and monster rooms.
•Many bugs fixed, and possibly a few added.