Mojang have officially released the new 19W07A Snapshot for Minecraft that introduces the Fox as a new creature added into the sandbox game.
The 19W07A Snapshot officially went live on Wednesday, February 13, and gives fans a chance to test new additions and gameplay mechanics that Mojang plan to bring to Minecraft in the future.
The latest Snapshot brings a whole host of bug fixes and improvements, but the main attraction of 19W07A is definitely news that an orange-furred friend is set to be roaming the blocky world.
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Foxes in Minecraft are nocturnal, much like they are in real life, meaning you will only see them moving around when the sun has set. Mojang states that you will likely see the animals creeping around villages at night, so if you’re hoping to spot one, it might be worth camping out at a village when it becomes dark.
The creatures will eat any food items that they find on the floor, and can be bred together using berries. Once you have bred two foxes, their offspring will automatically trust you forever, meaning you’ll be able to get up close to the agile animals.
Snapshot 19W07A also brings some important bug fixes to the game, such as addressing the incredible lag players found while using Campfires alongside other quality of life improvements.
You can download the Minecraft 19W07A Snapshot right now, using the Minecraft Launcher. Be sure to backup any worlds you plan to try the Snapshot on, as they can corrupt save files.
You can read the full patch notes for the Wednesday, February 13 Minecraft Snapshot 19W07A update below.
What's orange and white and sleeps all day? Jens, but we still managed to finish another Java Snapshot this week. Enjoy!
What do they say?
To install the snapshot, open up the Minecraft Launcher and enable snapshots in the "Launch Options" tab.
Snapshots can corrupt your world, please backup and/or run them in a different folder from your main worlds.
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