Six years after release, Minecraft is still receiving regular updates.
The update, entitled Minecraft snapshot 15w36c, brings a handful of changes to Minecraft's 20 million PC and Mac players.
Mojang have rounded up the changes on their website, although they've kept up their tradition of slipping a few nonsense changes in there as well.
Those changes are:
- Rebalanced armour.
- Changed damage & protection enchantments to match new armour system.
- Fixed a few AI bugs across lots of mobs.
- Made endermen creepy again.
- More optimisations! Many optimisations!
- Added player collision again.
- Fishing rods can now catch entities properly again.
- Added team-based options for collision.
- The world may corrupt slightly less times now! Or slightly more, we’re not sure!
- I like hugs!
This is all fairly tongue-in-cheek, of course, but it sounds like there are AI fixes, a return of player collision detection, improved fishing rods and possibly less issues with world corruption.