Minecraft 1.4.1 Pushed Back To October 25

If you were expecting to receive the Minecraft 1.4.1 update today, we have some sad news for you. It’s been pushed back. The good news is that it’s only been pushed back one day, to tomorrow, October 25. According to Mojang, “there was a big issue causing mobs to suffocate and fall through wooden floors that we really needed to fix.” So there you go. Anyway, the patch fixes the following:

Fixed mobs glitching through wooden floors
Fixed players glitching through Beacons
Fixed Redstone Repeaters getting stuck in ‘on’ state
Bats spawn less frequently
A number of minor font fixes
Activated the Wither painting
Fixed wet wolves looking way too scary
Tweaked naming costs in the Anvil
Tweaked enchantment points reward for smelting
Fixed bug that allowed any item to be placed in the armor slots
Fixed mob spawners spawning too quickly

Minecraft 1.4.1 will update tomorrow.

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