Minecraft players around the world are about to experience a whole new level of exploration and discovery with the upcoming 1.20 update. With the introduction of Archeology, players can now dig, dust, and uncover artifacts from the game’s rich history. From new blocks to a new tool, the brush, to uncovering pottery shards, 1.20 is sure to bring a treasure trove of surprises.
To get started, players should head out to a nearby desert and start shoveling. As the development of Archeology continues, more dig sites will be added, so keep an eye out for new areas to explore. While digging, be sure to keep an eye out for suspicious sand, which can be brushed away to uncover pottery shards and other artifacts. Collect four shards to form a pot, and look closely at the pattern painted on it – each one tells a unique story.
You may also stumble upon a secret library, which could contain a mysterious journal with a string of numbers. Could this be a secret code? Or could it be someone’s super-secret seed log? Test it out by entering some of them into your game and see where you spawn!
If you’re ready to embark on your new career as a M’archeologist, make sure to check out the instructions for installing Bedrock betas and previews and Java snapshots. Then get ready to dig, dust, and uncover artifacts from Minecraft’s past. Who knows what you’ll find?