It’s been exactly a month since the last update for Minecraft: Wii U Edition, released on September 26th. Wondering when the next one will be? Sooner than you might think, as it’s coming… later today! Unfortunately, this update will not add anything really interesting free, as it mostly consists of various fixes. That being said, it does add some Halloween-themed DLC, but you will have to pay for that.
Here’s the DLC that will be available right after the update has been released:
- Battle Map Pack 4 (€2.99/£2.39/$2.99)
- Campfire Skin Pack (€1.99/£1.59/$1.99)
- Halloween Battle Map (€1.99/£1.59/1.99)
- Spooky Bundle (€6.99/£5.59/$6.99): includes the Halloween 2015 Mash-up Pack, Camp Fire Tales Skin Pack, and Halloween Battle Map.
- Builder’s Pack (€16.99/£12.79/$16.99), includes the Biome Settlers Skin Pack 1, Candy Texture Pack, Cartoon Texture Pack, Pattern Texture Pack, Plastic Texture Pack and Greek Mythology Mash-up.
As for the update, it will be Patch 14. Here’s the complete changelog:
- Added Halloween Battle Map.
- Added Campfire Tales Skin Pack.
- Added Battle Map Pack 4.
- Fixes for missing/incorrect tooltips when looking at various blocks and entities.
- Fix for Endermen not becoming hostile when a player makes eye contact with them.
- Fix for only one of eight Fossil variants generating per world.
- Fix for igniting TNT blocks while one is already lit causing them to disappear.
- Fix for crash that may occur if the Ender Dragon attacks a group of Zombies.
- Stop faster healing due to food saturation in Battle mini game
- Updated Battle maps to remove some areas where players could get stuck.
- Fix for MCCE 2521 – Shears don’t break web blocks into Web block drop.
- Fix for MCCE 2505 – Knocking a Guardian off a height great enough to kill it on falling would cause a crash.
- Fix for MCCE-2478 – Oak and Iron Doors Items have the wrong texture in the Inventory.
- Fix for “Gray” being spelled as “Gary” for Banner patterns in UK English.
To download this update, you have two options:
- let the Wii U do its thing if you have automatic downloads activated. You should have the latest version of Minecraft: Wii U Edition installed the next time you turn on your console;
- if not, you can launch Minecraft: Wii U Edition from the Home Menu of your Wii U (not the Quick Start Menu!), in order to trigger the download manually.
Source: 4J Studios