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Bedrock Edition

Offizieller Name

Nether Update

Server Version

Interne Versionsnummer

iOS: 1.16.0[2]
PS4: 2.07
Windows 10:
Xbox One:


23. Juni 2020[3]


Windows Linux



1.16.0, the first release of the Nether Update, is a major update to Bedrock Edition released on June 23, 2020.[3] This update overhauled the Nether, adding new biomes, blocks, and mobs to it, as well as adding several features that were formerly Java Edition exclusives.



Erlauben und Verweigern Blöcke
  • Erneut hinzugefügt, können nur über den Befehl /give erhalten werden.
Antiker Schrott
  • Kann überall im Nether auf jeder Höhe gefunden werden, jedoch kommt es in niedrigeren Ebenen viel häufiger vor.
  • Kann durch Schmelzen in einem Ofen oder Schmelzofen zu Netheritplatten verarbeitet werden.
  • Gleichen Explosionswiderstand wie Obsidian, jedoch mit Kolben verschiebbar.
  • Gegenstände schwimmen auf Lava.
  • Kann nicht in Lava oder Feuer verbrennen.
  • Kann mit einer Diamantspitzhacke oder besser abgebaut werden
  • Generiert immer mit Lava oder anderen Blöcken drumherum
  • Kommt als Basaltsäule vor
  • Generiert im Seelensandtal umd im Basaltdeltas
  • Basalt lässt sich, ähnlich wie Stämme, in drei verschiedenen Orientierungen platzieren.
  • Aus Basalt lässt sich Polierter Basalt herstellen
  • Basalt entsteht, wenn Lava über Seelenerde neben Blaueis fließt.
  • Wird aus 9 Netheritbarren hergestellt.
  • Netheritblöcke können als Pyramide für ein Leuchtfeuer benutzt werden.
  • Gegenstände schwimmen auf Lava.
  • Kann nicht in Lava oder Feuer verbrennen.
  • Besitzt den gleichen Explosionswiderstand wie Obsidian, ist jedoch mit Kolben verschiebbar.
  • Erneut hinzugefügt, kann nur mit dem Befehl /give erhalten werden.
Gemeißelte Netherziegel
  • Eine neue Variante von Netherziegeln.
  • Herrgestellt aus 2 Netherziegelstufen.
Rissige Netherziegel
  • Eine neue Variante von Netherziegeln.
  • Werden durchs Schmelzen von Netherziegeln herrgestellt.
Crimson and Warped Fungus
Crimson and Warped Nylium
Crimson and Warped Planks
Crimson and Warped Roots
  • Foliage that generates in both crimson and warped forest biomes, as well as soul sand valleys.
  • Can be placed into flower pots.
Crimson and Warped Stems
  • Blocks that comprise the trunks of huge fungi.
  • Haben animierte Texturen.
  • Has a top texture similar to regular log blocks.
  • Can be placed directionally, similarly to logs.
  • Können nicht brennen.
  • Have respective stripped, wooded, and stripped wooded variants. The wood and striped wood variants are called "Hyphae" and "Stripped Hyphae" respectively.
Weinender Obsidian
  • Used to craft respawn anchors.
  • Generates in Ruined Portals.
  • Obtainable through bartering.
  • Can be found in ruined portals and bastion remnant chests.
  • Emits purple particles, resembling tears.
  • Has the same blast resistance as obsidian.
Gilded Blackstone
  • A variant of stems with the bark on all 6 sides.
  • Also has a stripped variant.
  • Crafted with 1 netherite ingot and 8 chiseled stone bricks.
  • Using a compass on it turns the compass into a lodestone compass which points to the connected lodestone.
  • Works in all dimensions.
Nether Gold Ore
  • A variant of gold ore found in the Nether.
  • Drops 2–6 gold nuggets when mined.
    • This is affected by Fortune the same way other ores are, for a maximum possible drop of 24 golden nuggets with Fortune III.
    • Nether gold ore, obtained with Silk Touch, can still be smelted into a single gold ingot.
  • Can be mined with any pickaxe.
  • Also drops experience orbs.
Nether Sprouts
  • Blue foliage that generates in warped forests.
  • Resembles grass from the Overworld.
  • Can be used in composters.
Polished Basalt
  • Can be crafted with 4 basalt.
  • Directional and purely decorative, like normal basalt.
Polished Blackstone
Polished Blackstone Bricks
Quartz Bricks
  • Crafted from four blocks of quartz.
  • Used as a decorative block.
Respawn Anchor
  • Crafted with 6 crying obsidian and three glowstone.
  • Requires a diamond pickaxe or higher to mine.
  • Can be used to respawn in the Nether
  • It is charged with glowstone and can be charged up to four levels. Whenever someone who charged the respawn anchor dies, they respawn near it and the level goes down by 1.
  • Emits a slight amount of light, which gets stronger for each charge added.
  • Can be charged with a dispenser.
  • When it is not charged, it does not do anything.
  • Like how a bed explodes in the Nether, attempting to use a respawn anchor in the Overworld or the End causes it to explode.
  • Emits a light level of 15, similarly to glowstone.
  • Can be mined with any tool, but axes and hoes are the most effective.
  • Generate as a part of huge fungi.
Soul Campfire
  • Soul variant of the normal campfire.
  • Has a blue flame instead of orange.
  • Gives off a light level of 10.
  • Crafted with soul sand or soul soil instead of coal.
  • Piglins are repelled by soul campfires.
Soul Fire
  • Blue variant of fire.
  • Fire lit on soul soil turns into soul fire regardless of dimension.
    • Burns forever, similar to regular fire on netherrack and magma blocks.
  • Generates naturally in the soul sand valley biome in the Nether.
  • Deals damage at a rate of 2 (♥) per second as opposed to the 1 (♥) per second of regular fire.
  • Does not extinguish when in the rain.
Soul Lantern
  • Gives off a light level of 10.
  • Crafted similarly to a normal lantern, using a soul torch instead of a normal torch.
  • Have an animated texture.
Soul Torch
  • Gives off a light level of 10.
  • Crafted similarly to a normal torch, with soul soil or soul sand being placed under the stick.
Soul Soil
  • Generates in the soul sand valley, alongside conventional soul sand.
  • Fire lit on soul soil is called soul fire.
  • The player does not sink and is not slowed when walking in soul soil.
  • Can be used to summon the wither.
  • Redstone component that can be activated by shooting projectiles into it.
    • Signal is stronger depending on how close the projectile is to the center of the block. The signal strength goes up to 15.
  • Can be crafted using a hay block and 4 redstone dust pieces.
Twisting Vines
  • Generates in the warped forest.
  • Grows upward, like kelp.
  • Can be climbed, like other vines.
  • Growth can be accelerated with bone meal.
  • Can be used in composters.
Warped Wart Block
  • A variation of the nether wart block, but cannot be crafted.
  • Generates as a part of huge warped fungi. Sometimes generates in the ground replacing the warped nylium in the warped forest biome.
  • Can be used in composters.
Weeping Vines
  • Generates in the crimson forest.
  • Grows downward.
  • Can be climbed, like other vines.
  • Growth can be accelerated with bone meal.
  • Can be used in composters.


Potion of Slowness IV
  • Can be brewed by adding glowstone dust to a regular potion of slowness.
Splash Potion of Slowness IV
  • Can be brewed by adding glowstone dust to a regular splash potion of slowness.
Lingering Potion of Slowness IV
  • Can be brewed by adding glowstone dust to a regular lingering potion of slowness.
Arrow of Slowness IV
  • Can be crafted by tipping an arrow in a cauldron filled with a potion of slowness IV, or with eight arrows and one lingering potion of slowness IV.
Banner Patterns
  • Added a new pattern for banners: the Snout.
  • Used in the loom to apply the Snout pattern to the banner.
  • Obtained in bastion remnant chests.
Music Discs
  • Added a new music disc known as "Pigstep"
    • Composed by Lena Raine.
    • Can be found only in bastion remnant chests unlike other music discs.
Netherite Armor
  • Upgraded using a smithing table with a netherite ingot and the respective diamond item.
  • Does not burn in lava, as a dropped item or when worn (players equipping netherite armor, however, can still take burning damage).
  • Floats in lava.
  • Tougher than diamond armor.
  • Has higher durability and enchantability than diamond armor.
Netherite Axe, Hoe, Pickaxe, Shovel, and Sword
  • Upgraded using a smithing table with a netherite ingot and the respective diamond item.
  • Does not burn in lava.
  • Floats in lava.
  • Has higher durability, mining level, breaking multiplier, and enchantability than diamond.
  • All items, except the hoe, deal 1 more damage than their diamond counterparts.
Netherite Ingot
  • Created with 4 gold ingots and 4 netherite scraps.
  • Can be used to upgrade diamond tools and armor in a smithing table.
  • Floats in lava.
  • Cannot burn in lava.
Netherite Scrap
Spawn Eggs
Warped Fungus on a Stick
  • Crafted with a fishing rod and warped fungus.
  • Can be used to control striders in the same way as a carrot on a stick with pigs.


  • A hostile mob that spawns in crimson forests.
  • Attack players on sight.
  • Drop raw porkchop and occasionally leather.
  • Have an adult and baby variant.
  • Can be bred with crimson fungi.
  • Are hunted by adult piglins.
    • Baby hoglins are not hunted and play with baby piglins.
  • Avoid placed warped fungi.
  • Convert to a zoglin when in the Overworld.
  • Spawn in crimson forests and nether wastes biomes.
  • Also spawn in Bastion Remnants.
  • Randomly spawns with golden sword or crossbow.
  • Adults are hostile; babies are passive.
    • Do not attack players wearing at least one piece of golden armor.
    • Adult piglins turn aggressive when a player is mining blocks of gold, hitting a piglin, or opening/breaking chests, barrels, trapped chests, or shulker boxes, even if they are wearing gold armor.
  • The player can barter with them by right-clicking with golden ingots, which makes them drop at least one item or block.
  • Attack adult hoglins.
    • Baby piglins do not attack and adult piglins do not attack baby hoglins.
  • Baby piglins ride on the back of baby hoglins.
  • Adults attack wither skeletons.
  • Avoid soul fire, soul fire torches, soul fire lanterns, nether portals, zoglins, and zombified piglins.
  • Can spawn with golden armor.[4]
  • Convert to a zombified piglin when in the Overworld.
  • A passive mob that spawns in the Nether on lava oceans.
  • Drops 2–5 string.
  • Can be saddled and controlled with warped fungus on a stick.
  • Moves in and out of lava
    • Shivers and turns blueish-purple when out of lava.
    • Moves significantly slower out of lava.
  • Is damaged by water and rain.
  • Has a baby variant.
  • Can be bred with warped fungi.
  • Adults can spawn with baby striders riding them.
  • Can spawn with zombified piglins or baby striders riding them. If they spawn with a zombified piglin, they also have a saddle equipped.
  • A zombified variant of the hoglin.
  • Created when a hoglin is brought into the Overworld after 15 seconds.
  • Attack most mobs on sight, except creepers and other zoglins.
  • Drop rotten flesh.
  • Have an adult and baby variant.
  • Unlike hoglins, they cannot be bred or fed, and they do not flee from warped fungi.


  • Basalt pillar
    • Floor to ceiling pillars of basalt that generate in soul sand valley.
  • Bastion Remnants
    • Structures built from blackstone and filled with piglins.
    • Contains chests, blocks of gold, and various forms of loot protected by piglins.
    • Can generate in all nether biomes except basalt deltas.
  • Nether Fossil
    • Structures found in soul sand valley.
      • These fossils are different bone block structure from the overworld counterpart.
  • Huge crimson fungi and huge warped fungi
    • New structure resembling trees found in crimson and warped forests, respectively.
    • Made of crimson and warped stem blocks as well as red nether wart blocks and warped wart blocks.
    • Can be grown from their respective fungi.
  • Ruined Portal
    • Shattered remains of nether portals.
    • Structures found in the Overworld and the Nether.
    • A loot chest can be found beside the portal.
    • Can be found at surface, underground, and in oceans or lava seas.



The emotes menu in use.

  • The player can toggle the emote menu with B, or Large face a.png on Xbox One controllers, or Richtungstaste links/Steuerkreuz links on Nintendo Switch controllers, or Richtungstaste links on PlayStation 4 controllers, or 20px by default.
  • Emotes are available for free, purchase, and as achievement rewards.
  • Added Curse of Binding.
    • Prevents the item from being removed from that armor slot until the player dies.
    • Cannot be removed with a grindstone.
  • Added Curse of Vanishing.
    • Any item with this enchantment disappears if the player dies.
    • The keepInventory gamerule prevents this.
    • Cannot be removed with a grindstone.
  • Added Soul Speed enchantment.
    • A new treasure enchantment obtainable via bartering with piglins or in bastion remnant chests.
    • Available only on boots.
    • Allows faster walking on soul sand and soul soil.
      • There is a 4% chance that the durability of the boots goes down for each soul sand or soul soil block stepped on.
    • Cannot be obtained from enchanting tables, fishing, chest loot, or trading.


  • Befehl /kick hinzugefügt.
    • Used to kick players from a world.


  • Added "Text Background Opacity" setting that can be altered to change item tooltip backgrounds.
  • Added 4 new achievements:
    • Bullseye - Hit the bullseye of a Target block (15G/Bronze)
    • Cover me in debris - Wear a full set of Netherite armor (50G/Gold)
    • Oooh, shiny! - Distract a Piglin using gold (30G/Silver)
    • Hot tourist destination - Visit all Nether biomes (30G/Silver)
  • Added achievements rewards, which includes emotes and character creator items.
  • Added cave and moody nether ambient sounds.
    • Cave sounds play in the overworld, more commonly in caves.
    • Moody nether sounds play in the Nether, with each nether biome having its own sounds.
  • Added 6 new soundtracks: 3 for the Nether, composed by Lena Raine, and 3 for the ocean, composed by C418:
    • "Rubedo" plays in the nether wastes biome.
    • "Chrysopoeia" plays in the crimson forest biome.
    • "So Below" plays in the soul sand valley and basalt deltas biomes.
    • "Axolotl", "Dragon Fish" and "Shuniji" all play in ocean and river biomes.
  • Added the following splash text:
    • "Honey, I grew the bees"
    • "Find your claw!"
    • "Everybody do the Leif!"
    • "<3 Max & 99 & Ducky"
    • "Bushy eyebrows"
    • "Edit is a name"
    • "From free range developers"



  • The beam color can now be mixed with several different stained glass colors.
  • Can now be activated with netherite blocks and can now be fed netherite ingots.
Bee Nest
  • Now generate naturally in regular forest, wooded hills, and birch forest biomes variants.
  • Now give Conduit Power to nearby players in rain.
  • Crafting them no longer requires a fully repaired bow.
Flower Pots
  • Potted plants can now be removed from the pot by tapping/clicking on it.
Fence Gates, Pumpkins, and Jack o'Lanterns
  • Can now be placed without supporting blocks underneath.
Honey Block, Honeycomb Block, Netherrack, Nether Brick, Nether Quartz Ore, Bone Block, Nether Wart and Nether Wart Block and Soul Sand
  • Added new sounds.
Iron Bars
Jigsaw Block
  • Textur geändert.
  • Now has functionality and can be obtained by Befehl /give command.
  • Variants of brown and red now have been renamed to "Brown Mushroom" and "Red Mushroom" respectively.
Mushroom Blocks
  • Variants of brown, red and stem now have been renamed to "Brown Mushroom Block", "Red Mushroom Block", "Mushroom Stem" respectively.
    • Variant of pores is still named "Mushroom".
Nether Bricks, Nether Brick Fence, Nether Brick Slab, Nether Brick Stairs, Nether Brick Wall
  • Changed texture to match Java Edition.
  • No longer emit a redstone signal when placed.
  • Oak and birch saplings that are grown within 2 blocks of a flower on the same Y-level have a 5% chance to have a bee nest.
Smithing Tables
  • Now has functionality and used to upgrade diamond tools to netherite.
Structure Blocks
  • Added detect button for save mode.
  • Functionality no longer available only behind experimental gameplay
Shulker Boxes
  • Can now be undyed in a cauldron.
  • Walls no longer have gaps when stacked vertically.
  • Now connects to the bottom and sides of glass panes and iron bars.


  • Dropped items now transform into a 3D model and start spinning.
Bone Meal
  • Can now be used to grow twisting vines and weeping vines.
  • Fungi, nether sprouts, and roots now grow on nylium if bone meal is used on a nylium block.
  • Can now be enchanted with Efficiency, Fortune and Silk Touch.
  • Now mine sponges, wet sponges, dried kelp blocks, nether wart blocks, targets, shroomlights, leaves, and hay bales faster than other tools.
    • Mining with a hoe does not cause leaves to drop like mining with shears does.
    • As hoes can now be enchanted with Fortune or Silk Touch, these enchantments now affect leaves when mined with a hoe.
  • Each tier has different speed at which hoes mine blocks they are effective against.
Zombie Pigman Spawn Eggs
  • Renamed to Zombified Piglin spawn egg.


  • Kreaturen können jetzt Rüstung und Gegenstände aufsammeln.
  • Now spawn in soul sand valleys and warped forests.
  • Can now pick up nylium, roots, and fungi variants.
  • Can no longer pick up netherrack.
  • Sounds are now heard at a shorter range.
  • Now spawn in soul sand valleys and basalt deltas.
  • Spawnraten erhöht.
  • Now spawn commonly in basalt deltas.
  • Dialog and changeable skins have been readded.
Passive mobs
  • Llamas, horses, turtles, polar bears, and rabbits can now spawn only on specific blocks, such as grass blocks. (MCPE-47596)
  • Now semi-puff when a player approaches before they fully puff when a player is close.
  • Now spawn in soul sand valleys.
  • Improved spawn rates.
  • Cured zombie villagers now offer trading discounts. (MCPE-47040)
  • Can now be summoned using soul soil in the base.
Wither Skeletons
Zombie Pigmen
  • Now spawn in crimson forests.
  • Renamed to "Zombified Piglins", and given a new model and texture.

World generation[]

The Nether
  • The old "Nether" biome is now called "Nether Wastes".
  • Large spruce trees now transform nearby grass blocks into podzol when they grow.
  • Rearranged the distribution of underground ore and stone clusters.
  • Blackstone and gravel patch now generate in small patch under lava sea layer in all nether biomes.
  • Soul sand now generate in small patch under lava sea layer in soul sand valley.


Character creator
  • Many updates and improvements to it.
  • Added in two new capes including the MINECON 2019 cape
  • Updated the credits.
  • Now deal damage in water.
Map making and add-ons
  • Most attack goals are now data-driven.
    • Added new documentation for new behavior fields.
  • Most Slime and Swim goals are now data-driven.
    • Added new documentation for new behavior fields.
  • Tree generation is now data-driven.
  • Wither skull attacks are now data-driven.
  • Item sprites are now data-driven.
  • Drowned mobs are now data-driven.

New Mojang Studios logo on the loading screen.

Menu screen
  • Changed the explosion particles of the eye of ender to match Java Edition.
  • Changed the particle color of Bad Omen from tan to dark green to match Java Edition.
Datei:ServerListBE 1.16.png

The newly updated server list.

Server list
  • UI has been updated.
    • Contains more informations such as description, screenshots, available games, and news/updates.
  • Removed colors from third-party server messages for accessibility purposes.
  • Latency value are now separate from player count.


Knockback resistance
  • Is now a scale of the amount of knockback taken instead of a probability to take no knockback.
  • Changed Villager and wandering trader trades value to closely match Java Edition (MCPE-47141).

Command format[]

Befehl /locate
Befehl /spawnpoint
  • Can now be used in the Nether.



  • 1.15.0 was originally going to be its own release, but 1.15.0 was instead merged with 1.16.0 and skipped.[5][6]
  • Starting with 1.16.0, all major update version numbers are the same for both the Bedrock Edition and Java Edition.[5][7]
  • This version has the largest amount of betas of any Bedrock Edition version, with 18 betas.

Siehe auch[]