Minecraft 1.4, also known as the Pretty Scary Update, has been delayed – but only by one day.
Originally set for release tomorrow, October 24, the update will instead arrive on October 25.
Apparently, the issue stems around “mobs suffocating and falling through wooden floors,” according to PCGamesN. Other issues – some just as comical, include: “players glitching through beacons, Redstone Repeaters failing to turn off, bats spawning too quickly and, wet wolves looking way too scary”.
Minecraft update 1.4 has been available as a pre-release download since last Friday.
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