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Minecraft: Java Edition 1.19.1 brings player reports and other security features

Minecraft: Java Edition 1.19.1 brings player reports and other security features
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Minecraft: Java Edition 1.19.1 brings player reports and other security features

what you need to know

  • Mojang Studios is releasing a new update for Minecraft: Java Edition with a handful of new features and fixes.
  • Minecraft: Java Edition 1.19.1 is notable for its improved player safety features, but also introduces deletion duplication.
  • With the update, chats are more secure and supported by a live moderated player reporting feature.
  • Patch 1.19 “The Wild Update” is now available for all Minecraft: Java Edition players.

The latest evolutionary update to the legacy PC version of Minecraft is here as Mojang Studios has started rolling out Minecraft: Java Edition 1.19.1 to all players. This update is relatively modest overall, but it includes a handful of new features in addition to your regular bug fixes and technical updates.

The most notable addition with this update is undoubtedly the addition of Player Reports, which greatly improves the security of chats in Minecraft. If you have any questions about the feature, Mojang Studios has put together a helpful FAQ that breaks down how player reports plays. Allies can also be duplicated after this update, making it easier for players to get more blue friends into their worlds.

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