Minecraft 1.7 - The Update that Changed the World

Discussion in 'Server News' started by Jigsaw, Oct 24, 2013.

By Jigsaw on Oct 24, 2013 at 5:22 PM
  1. Jigsaw

    Jigsaw Staff Member Administrator Founder Developer

    IMPORTANT
    Minecraft 1.7 update will likely be released sometime tomorrow. With this update comes an extremely large amount of changes. The most notable would be the updates to world generation and new biomes. Since this is such a large update, MutinyCraft will not be updating for a significant amount of time. This means it will likely be multiple weeks before MutinyCraft is ready to update. There are many reasons for this, but the main reason is to ensure a smooth transition into 1.7.

    There are many players wondering if there will be a new world with 1.7. There isn't anything planned right now. All I will say is that you will be able to explore 1.7 biomes. Please be patient while we decide the best method to allow everyone the opportunity to have access to the new biomes.

    We do not foresee there being any major changes to the plugins on the server. However, with 1.7 there may be plugins that are incompatible or that may take time to update. For that reason, if 1 or 2 minor plugins is preventing the server from updating we will update without those plugins and add them back once they are updated. Once example in the past is the Combat Tag plugin.

    Please be patient while you are waiting for MutinyCraft to update. If you want to play 1.7 feel free to do so. Remember, you can always downgrade to 1.6.4 via your minecraft client. Feel free to reply to this thread with any questions you may have. I ask that you do not recommend or ask questions about how we will be handling the new biomes. Just trust that we will make a fair decision so everyone is happy.

    Minecraft 1.7 Information: https://mojang.com/2013/10/minecraft-1-7-the-update-that-changed-the-world/
     
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