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Este artículo trata sobre the 2020 update that revamped the Nether. Para the update that added the Nether, véase Halloween Update. Para the soundtrack, véase Minecraft: Nether Update (Original Game Soundtrack).
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Para guides about all content in this update, véase Java Edition guides/Nether Update y Bedrock Edition guides/Nether Update.

Logo oficial del Nether Update.
Official artwork released by Mojang for the Nether Update.

Welcome to the Nether. Stronger materials, scarier biomes, and snoutier mobs bring the heat to an already fiery dimension. en Nether Update

Nether Update es una actualización importante enfocada en modificar completamente el aspecto del Nether. Con esta actualización, se añaden características nuevas a esta dimensión, tales como nuevos biomas y monstruos. La actualización se anunció por primera vez en la MINECON Live 2019[1] y se lanzó el 23 de junio de 2020 exclusivamente para las versiones ediciones Java y Bedrock de Minecraft.[2] Se lanzó con el nombre de Edición Java 1.16 y Edición Bedrock 1.16.0.[3][4]

This update's development on Edición Java started with snapshot 20w06a, which was released on February 5, 2020. The first pre-release was released on June 4, 2020, followed by the second on June 5, the third on June 10, the fourth on June 11, the fifth on June 12, the sixth on June 15, the seventh on June 16, and the eighth on June 17. The first and only release candidate was released on June 18.

This update's development on Edición Bedrock started with beta, which was released on February 12, 2020. Bedrock Edition 1.15.0 was skipped to bring parity between Java and Bedrock release versions.[5]

Notable features[editar | editar código]

Artículos principales: Java Edition 1.16 y Bedrock Edition 1.16.0
An example of the biomes in the Nether as of the update, with a crimson forest to the far left, nether wastes up close, warped forest on the back, and basalt deltas to the far right.
  • New blocks:
    • Soul Fire
      • Generates naturally in Soulsand Valleys, or by lighting Soul Soil or Soulsand on fire. Burns infinitely on these blocks. It glows in a blue light. It scares and wards off any nearby Piglins.
    • Soul Torch
      • Crafted similarly to a torch, but with a Soulsand or Soul Soil block on the bottom. It glows with a light level of 10, in a blue appearance, and scares off nearby Piglins.
    • Soul Lantern
      • Crafted as a regular lantern would, but with a Soul Torch replacing the regular torch. Glows blue, and emits a light level of 10. It wards off nearby Piglins.
    • Soul Campfire
      • Crafted as a regular campfire, but with Soul Soil or Soulsand replacing the coal. Emits a blue glow, with a light level of 10. Wards off nearby Piglins.
    • Crimson and Warped Fungi
      • Generates naturally in their corresponding biomes, the Crimson and Warped forests, on Crimson or Warped Nylium. When bonemealed, it grows into Crimson or Warped Huge Fungi, as long as it is planted on it's corresponding Nylium. Can be obtained infinitely from bonemealing Nylium of either type.
    • Crimson and Warped Stems
      • Woodlike blocks that make up the stems of Crimson and Warped Huge Fungi. Can be crafted into corresponding plank, slab, stair, fence, fence gate, door, trapdoor, button, or pressure plate variants. Does not burn, and can be stripped with an axe.
    • Crimson and Warped Hyphae
      • Crafted with 4 Crimson or Warped Stems. Resembles Crimson or Warped stems, but with the bark on all sides.
    • Crimson and Warped Planks
      • Four are crafted from a single Crimson or Warped stem.
    • Warped Wart Block
      • A variant of Nether Wart Block that generates in Warped Forests and as part of Huge Warped Fungi. It does not have a crafting recipe and can be obtained only from the previously said sources.
    • Shroomlight
      • Sometimes generates as part of Huge Fungi. Glows with a light level of 15.
    • Weeping Vines
      • Generates in the ceilling of Crimson Forests and as part of Huge Crimson Fungi. Bonemealing makes it grow downward.
    • Twisting Vines
      • Generates in Warped Forests. Can be obtained by bonemealing Warped Nylium, and can be bonemealed to grow upward.
    • Crimson and Warped Nylium
      • Makes up the "grass" of the Crimson and Warped Forests. Can be spread onto adjacent Netherrack by bonemealing it.
    • Crimson and Warped Roots
      • Mostly generate in their corresponding Forest biomes; however, Crimson Roots can also generate in Soul Sand Valleys and rarely in Warped Forests. Generates on Nylium or Soul Soil, and can be obtained by bonemealing Nylium.
    • Nether Sprouts
      • Generates in Warped Forests. Can be bonemealed and obtained from Warped Nylium. If break without shears, it drops nothing.
    • Soul Soil
      • Generates naturally in Soulsand Valleys. Is affected by the Soul Speed enchantment.
    • Basalt
      • Generates in large patches in Basalt Deltas, forming stacking structures, although it can also generate in Basalt Pillars in Soulsand Valleys. Can be infinitely generated by placing a lava source or flowing block next to blue ice, as long as it is also adjacent to Soul Soil. Can also be used to craft Polished Basalt.
    • Blackstone (and its variants)
      • Generates in both brick and raw form in Bastion Remnant structures. Can be polished through a stonecutter or by crafting 4 together. Polished variants can also be turned into button or pressure plates, or bricks. All variants have corresponding slab, stair, and wall variants. Also generates in Basalt Deltas in large patches and in small patches in other Nether biomes.
    • Nether Gold Ore
      • Generates in all Nether biomes. Drops 2-4 gold nuggets upon mining, although this can be increased with Fortune. Mining with Silk Touch gives the block itself, which can be smelted into a gold ingot. Aggravates any nearby Piglins if mined.
    • Crying Obsidian
      • Can be obtained via bartering with Piglins or from a ruined portal. Emits a light level of 10, and purple "teardrop" particles. Six Crying Obsidian and 3 Glowstone create a Respawn Anchor.
    • Ancient Debris
      • Rare ore block found in the Nether, that is most commonly found below lava level, at y = 15. Can be smelted into Netherite Scraps, and generates in veins of 1-3, always unexposed to air. Does not burn up in fire or lava when dropped.
    • Block of Netherite
      • Crafted using 9 netherite ingots. Can be used to activate a Beacon. Does not burn up in fire or lava when dropped.
    • Target
      • A redstone block that is crafted with 1 Hay Bale and 4 Redstone Dust. When hit with any projectile, it emits a redstone signal for a short period, without the necessity of a comparator.
    • Respawn Anchor
      • A block that can be used to set a spawnpoint in the Nether. For it to work, it must be charged using a maximum of four Glowstone blocks, and a minimum of one. It explodes violently if used in Overworld or The End.
    • Lodestone
      • Crafted with 1 Netherite Ingot and 8 chiseled stone bricks, or rarely found in Bastion Remnant loot chests. When a compass is used on it, the compass always points to the lodestone, unless it is in a different dimension as the lodestone (in which it swerves in random directions), the lodestone is broken, or it is used on a different lodestone.
    • Chain
      • Generates hanging lanterns in Bastion Remnants, or crafted from 2 iron nuggets and one iron ingot. Can be waterlogged, and can hang lanterns and various other blocks.
    • Nether bricks variants
      • Cracked and chiseled nether bricks, crafted similar to other cracked and chiseled blocks. The chiseled variant resembles a Wither Skeleton skull.
    • Quartz bricks
      • Crafted with 4 Blocks of Quartz in a 2x2 formation.
  • New items:
    • Netherite Scrap
      • Smelted from Ancient Debris. Four Netherite Scraps and four gold ingots craft a Netherite Ingot. Does not burn up in fire or lava when dropped.
    • Netherite Ingot
      • Can be used on diamond armor/tools in a smithing table interface to create Netherite armor/tools, retaining the name, enchantments, and durability. Does not burn up in fire or lava when dropped.
    • Netherite armor
      • Significantly stronger and more durable than diamond armor, with a new statistic that affects knockback called Knockback Resistance. Does not burn up in fire or lava when dropped.
    • Netherite tools
      • More durable than diamond tools, does not burn up in fire or lava when dropped.
    • Warped Fungus on a Stick
      • Crafted with one fishing rod and one warped fungus. Attracts nearby Striders, and when a Strider is ridden, it leads it in the direction the Warped Fungus on a stick is held. When riding the Strider, using the Warped Fungus on a stick with the use key boosts the Strider's movement speed for a significant amount of time, but also remove some durability.
    • Pigstep music disc
      • Can be found only in Bastion Remnant loot chests. When played in a Jukebox, it plays the song Pigstep by Lena Raine.
    • Lodestone compass
      • Created when a compass is used on a lodestone. Always points to the lodestone.
    • Snout banner pattern
      • A rare banner pattern found as loot in Bastion Remnant loot chests. When placed onto a banner, it resembles a Piglin's snout.
  • New mobs:
    • Piglins
      • Spawns commonly in Crimson Forests, uncommonly in Nether Wastes, and in Bastion Remnants. Attacks the player unless it is wearing at least one piece of gold armor. Attacks Wither Skeletons and The Wither on sight, while occasionally attacking Hoglins for food. Are attracted by gold related itens, except for some of them. If the gold related item is a armor piece or sword, they equip it. Piglins are afraid of soul light-related blocks. Can be bartered by giving them a gold ingot, wich causes them to throw a random item in their bartering loot table in return.
    • Striders
      • Spawns in lava oceans in the Nether. Can be bred with Warped Fungus, wich creates a baby Strider. Can be ridden by using a saddle on it, but can be controlled only with a Warped Fungus on a stick, similar to pigs in Overworld.
    • Zoglins
      • A mob that spawns only if a Hoglin stays in the Overworld or End for 30 seconds. Is aggressive toward all mobs except for Creepers and other Zoglins.
    • Hoglins
      • A hostile mob that spawns in Crimson Forests and in Hoglin Stables in Bastion Remnants. Is afraid of Warped Fungus and can be bred using Crimson Fungus. Babies also attempt to attack, but when attacked back, they run away immediately.
    • Piglin Brute
      • A dangerous hostile mob that spawns in Bastion Remnants. Attacks the player regardless if it's wearing gold armor or not and is not attracted by gold related items, neither can be bartered. They also attack Wither Skeletons and The Wither on sight, just like regular Piglins. Their attack damage is quite large, capable of killing a unarmored player in few hits.
  • New generated structures:
    • Bastion remnants
      • A rare structure that generates out of four different types, and can generate in any biome except for Basalt Deltas. Made entirely of Blackstone and Basalt, it spawns Piglins, Piglin Brutes, and, if is the Hoglin Stables variant, Hoglins. Contains loot chests and gold-related blocks that aggravates any nearby piglin if mined or opened.
    • Basalt pillars
      • Spawns in Soulsand Valleys, made entirely of Basalt.
    • Huge fungi
      • Large tree-like structures that generate in Crimson and Warped Forests. Their structure is made of Stems, Wart blocks, Shroomlights and if it's a Huge Crimson Fungus, Weeping Vines.
    • Ruined Portals
      • A new generated structure that comes in many different sizes, always containing 1 loot chest. They can spawn in any Nether or Overworld biome, even underground, in water, or in lava lakes. Occasionally contains a Block of Gold, and is made of stone bricks if generated in the Overworld, and Blackstone Bricks if in the Nether.
    • Nether fossils
      • Large structures made of bone blocks that generate in Soulsand Valleys. They are the Nether equivalent to Overworld Fossils.
  • New biomes:
    • Soul Sand Valley
      • A dangerous landscape made entirely out of Soul Soil and Soulsand, with occasional Basalt Pillars and Nether Fossils. Skeletons and Ghasts spawn commonly in Soul Sand Valleys, while Endermans are less common. Soul Fire also generates.
    • Crimson Forest
      • A biome floored with Crimson Nylium, containing Crimson Fungi, Huge Crimson Fungi, Crimson Roots and the occasional Warped Fungi. Weeping Vines occasionally generate on the roof in this biome. Hoglins, Piglins and Zombified Piglins spawn in this biome, with the last one being less common.
    • Warped Forest
      • A biome containing similar traits to the Crimson Forest, with Warped Fungi, Huge Warped Fungi, Warped Roots, Nether Sprouts and the occasional Crimson Fungi and Roots as part of the vegetation. Twisted Vines generate in large quantities in this biome. Endermen spawn frequently here.
    • Basalt Deltas
      • A hard-to-surpass biome made of stalk-like Basalt pillars and patches of Blackstone. Lava pools ringed with magma blocks appear in this biome frequently. Magma Cubes spawn commonly here, alongside Ghasts.
  • New enchantment:
    • Soul Speed: allows players to walk quickly on soul sand.
  • New soundtrack for the new biomes:

Nuevas revisiones[editar | editar código]

Edición Java[editar | editar código]

Edición Bedrock[editar | editar código]

  • 1.16.1 was released to fix some critical bugs and crashes.
  • was released exclusively on PS4 to fix an issue where the game would get stuck on the loading screen and potentially crash.
  • was released exclusively on PS4 to improve stability in the game.
  • 1.16.10 was released to add a warning for deprecated devices and fixes a bug for mobile devices.
  • 1.16.20 added piglin brutes, as well as changes to sounds, block behaviors, technical changes, and bug fixes.
  • 1.16.21 was released exclusively on Nintendo Switch to fix a stability issue relating to the home screen while signed in.
  • 1.16.40 was released to fix account linking issues and crashes.
  • Se lanza 1.16.42 para añadir compatibilidad con PlayStation VR en PS4.
  • 1.16.50 was released exclusively on iOS to improve stability and fix crashes.
  • 1.16.60 was released exclusively on PS4 to improve stability and reduce crashes.
  • 1.16.61 was released exclusively on PS4 to fix critical bugs and crashes.
  • 1.16.100 added new commands, expanding and improving the add-on and script engine mechanics, changes to certain block mechanics/gameplay, more parity from Edición Java, realms and featured server support for PlayStation 4 and 5, revamps the achievement/trophy UI, and fixes bugs.
  • 1.16.101 was released to a fix an issue for mobile devices.

Videos[editar | editar código]


A trailer for the update was released on June 23, 2020.

Showcases[editar | editar código]

Videos made by slicedlime:

Java Edition[editar | editar código]

Soundtrack[editar | editar código]

Videos uploaded to Lena Raine – Topic by Ingrooves

Plays exclusively in the Crimson Forest biome.

Plays exclusively in the Nether Wastes biome.

Plays in both the Basalt Deltas and Soul Sand Valley biomes.

The thirteenth music disc to be added to Minecraft.

The original mix of Pigstep before converted to mono.

Trivia[editar | editar código]

  • Similarly to the announcement of Update Aquatic, this update was announced during the development of the previous release, and before the features of that version were included in a full release.
  • Version numbers are the same for both ediciones Java y Bedrock, starting with this update.[5]

Referencias[editar | editar código]

  1. "Everything We Announced At MINECON Live 2019" –, septiembre 28, 2019
  2. "The Nether Update has a date!" –, junio 17, 2020
  3. "Minecraft Snapshot 19w40a" –, 2 de octubre de 2019
  4. "The Bedrock Nether Update beta is here!" –, marzo 16, 2020
  5. 5,0 5,1 “That is the plan! 👇 So that it’s not so confusing anymore.” – @chupacaubrey, March 16, 2020

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