Mojang has made a new announcement regarding the Caves and Cliffs update. Due to the current situation, the developer team was unable to work on the complete update. Therefore, Caves and Cliffs were divided into two separate parts. The first part of the update brought goats, powdered snow, copper blocks, fan-favourite Axolotls, telescopes and a couple of other fun additions. Later during Minecon 2021, it was also revealed that the second part of the update was actually scheduled to come out pretty soon. Well now, it is closer than ever! The Minecraft Caves and Cliffs Part II update has officially been confirmed to drop on the 30th of November, 2021. It introduces some of the biggest changes to the world generation.
Minecraft Caves and Cliffs Part II update: New additions
Tall and high mountains, deep caves, larger ore veins, lush caves, the Warden, candles and a bunch of other stuff will be added to the game, once the update comes out on all platforms and versions. The maximum world height and depth is being increased to accommodate tall mountains and the cavernous depths of the world as this update finally draws to completion.
Mark your calendars, and start practising your awestruck gasps: Caves & Cliffs: Part II releases in all its natural splendour on November 30th!
— Minecraft (@Minecraft) November 17, 2021
Another thing revealed in the post on Minecraft’s official website was that certain features like archaeology and bundles are being saved for later. Although they were meant to be a part of this update, Mojang is now removing them and keeping them for future updates. They will not be a part of the Wild Update either so players might have to wait for a while to see them in the game. That being said, players will be able to update the game on November 30th, 2021 on PC, Consoles, Android and iOS and enjoy the new features.