It has been confirmed by some developers from Mojang through Minecraft Live that Minecraft's The Wild Update will turn deep cities into scary dungeons.
The foreboding appearance of the ancient cities, the blood-curdling scream of the Sculk Shriekers, and the stealth required to avoid the deadly Warden's watch.
It implies that trips to these new locations will more likely resemble a survival horror game than a classic Minecraft journey.
It's interesting to see how differently this ominous new area differs from the rest of what was included in the recent upgrade.
Enter the Dungeons
The update to Minecraft 1.19 will also include adorably cute frogs, which players may discover. The Wild Update's specifics remain unknown at the moment, but adventurous Minecraft players will want to know more about it for sure.
Minecraft has been on the market for a long time, and it's already been dubbed the best-selling game of all time.
When the basic crafting and survival game debuted in 2011, no one could have guessed that it would eventually include nightmarish underground caverns.
After all of these years, the game still has life, as evidenced by creative and memorable modifications like this.
"Fans of scary adventures or the Minecraft Spookyfest event will be ecstatic to plunge into the Deep Dark when the Wild Update arrives in Minecraft next year."
The deadly and terrifying Warden mob, which was initially intended for the 1.18 update, has been delayed until 2022's The Wild Update.
The Deep Dark biome, which we'd previously visited, has been expanded even further.
This year, Mojang put a lot of time and effort into the Deep Dark environment, and it looks much more frightening than it did before.
The Deep Dark's spookiness is amplified by the Skulk Shrieker, which makes a screech when activated and casts a darkness effect on the surroundings.
Because the Skulk Shrieker's piercing shrieks will attract a Warden, you'll want to get away from it as quickly and quietly as possible.
The Wild Update
The long-awaited new variant of one of Minecraft's oldest biomes is finally here. The Mangrove Swamp biome will include towering mangrove trees, a lot of mud blocks, and those new frog creatures as well.
They'll have vines that dangle from their leaves like swamp trees do now, and they'll develop huge, arching roots that you can explore beneath.
Mangroves are particularly unique in that they may be grown on land or in water.
They'll have a foundation of twisty root blocks beneath their primary mangrove wood trunks when they get older.
The ground in the mangrove swamp biome isn't made up of dirt blocks, as you can see.
It's actually covered in muck. Simply dump a water bucket on dirt to make new Mud Blocks.
You may even cover your new dripstone with mud blocks from the Dripstone Cave biome, drying it out and turning it into clay.
Now you'll be able to farm your own, rather than diving in every water source you come across.
"Don't abandon hope just yet! You'll want to meet the new frog armies before you leave the mangrove swamps."
Other creatures, such as termites and ants, have baby forms that resemble smaller adults, while frogs produce real tadpoles.
They, too, may be kept in a bucket. That will come in handy when you're moving your developing tiny pals to a new location.
When Will Minecraft 1.19 Be Launched?
The official release date for Minecraft 1.19 has not yet been announced, but it will definitely get released in 2022 or later since Minecraft 1.18 has not yet even been released.
It's looking more and more likely that the Wild Update won't arrive until later in 2022, with the second half of the Caves & Cliffs update set to launch at the end of 2021.
We're likely to see early versions of the update in snapshot builds as usual in the Minecraft launcher once they are ready.