Experienced Minecraft fans will surely remember that Mojang studio announced the release of an update in Minecraft in 2020 with elements of archeology. As a result, this update never came out – the authors of the project decided to postpone its release indefinitely. Now, archeology has been reintroduced, and it will appear in the Minecraft test build next week.
Mojang has announced that Archeology is coming to Minecraft with Update 1.2. Various new content related to this update has been announced. For example, the game will introduce a new type of block called Suspicious Sand, from which you can get random loot. Such blocks will appear near desert temples, and to obtain loot from them, you will need to use a special tool – the “Brush”. Among the loot that can be obtained from the new block, there may be a clay shard – the remains of a pot. By collecting 4 of these shards, you can make a pot with a unique pattern that “will tell a story.”
Archeology will become available in the Minecraft test build on February 15, the release date has not yet been announced.