Top 5 things to expect from the upcoming Minecraft Live 2023

Will this year be better than Minecraft Live 2021 and 2022?

Minecraft Live will return on October 15, 2023, as announced by Mojang Studios, the developers of the sandbox computer game. Fans will surely be overjoyed that the perennially popular Minecraft community activity mob vote is returning to this year’s event, and the official date for the broadcast was revealed through a recently published, adorable teaser trailer. That being said, here we have focused on the top 5 things to expect from this upcoming grand event.

What does the upcoming Minecraft Live 2023 have in store

The Mob Vote is perhaps the most iconic part of the event every year. This time around, many players don’t seem to agree with it since the past few times, the mobs haven’t been the most useful or agreeable. However, now that Mojang has confirmed it, we will have a new mob being added to the game and players will have a say in it. 

2. A New Real World Mob

Whenever they release a significant update, the Mojang team typically includes some real-world enemies. Players may certainly anticipate something similar once more because mobs like camels, pandas, goats, and other animals have been brought to several previous Live events.

Minecraft New Austinia
Image via Planet Minecraft

It might be a species that is on the verge of extinction, like the panda! The main difference between these and the crowds in the mob vote is that they are more fanciful.

3. New Biome and Wood Type

Of course, the Wild Update added in some great new biomes but it’s possible for them to add something new to the overworld. And wood types are their absolute favorite fillers. The latest in the list of Biomes was the Cherry Blossom update which looked absolutely beautiful! Perhaps fitting villages to the newer biomes could also be added and would diversify the current range of villages and villagers

4. An update to the End

Minecraft Doctor Who Gallifrey build
Image via Reddit

The Nether got some love from Mojang back in 2020 with the Nether Update. However, the End has remained barren and untouched for years upon years, leaving players pining for some change to the dark and endless depths of the void, along with its inhabitants. Of course, this could turn out to be the focus of this update, similar to the Nether Update, and completely overhaul its current state.

5. Smaller, Quality of Life Additions, Changes and Optimizations

Of Course the best part of these updates, many would say, is the quality of life changes. Maybe some newer lighting, especially for the dark cave systems, may be improvements to the controls, combat, and other such actions. Changes to the menu and the game’s feel, mainly to make it smoother, would be greatly appreciated.

With the game getting bigger and more resource-intensive, some optimization is much needed for those running the game on lower-end devices, expanding the player base.

Hopefully, this update does a better job of making players happy and improving the game. It is important to note that the mob vote will open at 1 p.m. EDT on Friday, October 13, and close at 1:15 p.m. EDT on Sunday, October 15. Players can cast their vote on the live event server on Minecraft’s Bedrock version, via the Minecraft Launcher or

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