Minecraft has dropped its latest update 1.20.31, on September 26, 2023. This update addresses several issues that crept into the gameplay with the 1.20.30 version.
It’s noteworthy to mention, however, that Apple device users will need to be a tad more patient. The update hasn’t been rolled out on this platform just yet, but Mojang assures it’s on its way and will be made available as soon as it’s ready for deployment.
Players who prefer a shared screen experience reported crashes in the previous version. This has been addressed and rectified in the latest patch.For those who ventured into the Realms Plus page, a potential crash was lurking. This too has been fixed. For the full patch notes, check below.
Minecraft Update 1.20.31
- Fixed a crash that could occur when playing in splitscreen multiplayer
- Fixed a crash that could occur when opening the Realms Plus page
- Fixed a crash that could occur on PlayStation when opening the control center or a controller notification appeared on screen
- Improved server performance when Villagers are grouped together (MCPE-175100)
- Fixed an issue that caused Marketplace to become inaccessible after leaving the game on for extended periods of time
- Fixed issues with @minecraft/server-ui dependencies failing to load with newer versions of the @minecraft/server module