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Post by Eorl @ 01:53pm 11/04/14 | 0 Comments
Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition update 15 is out now, and developer 4J Studios has issued a full list of patch changes for you to check out.

Unlike the previous Update 14, this new patch looks to offer a rather large list of fixes than new additions to the game. These include fixes for problematic spawn points of chickens, wolves and mushrooms; iron golems now stop their attack after killing skeletons; teleportation when riding a pig; and slow chunk loading speed.

Full patch notes can be found over at the official Minecraft forums, where you'll also find a catalog of changes from previous updates.

In related Minecraft news, Mojang has revealed that the mobile Pocket Edition has now sold over 21 million copies since its launch. The Pocket Edition doesn’t offer the complete features of the PC and console versions, but does offer cross-platform multiplayer, some of the survival elements, and the same building ethos that has made the other editions so popular.





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