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Minecraft RC2
Java Edition RC2.png
Java Edition RC2 menu.png
Edition

Java Edition

Type

Release candidate

Release date

November 13, 2011

Release candidate for

1.0.0

Downloads

Original client (.json)
Reupload 1 client (.json)
Reupload 2 client (.json)
Original server unavailable
1st server reupload unavailable
2nd server reupload

Protocol version

22

RC2 is the second and final release candidate for Java Edition 1.0.0, released on November 13, 2011,[1] which changes the lighting of blocks in the inventory and fixes a bug.

RC2 was reuploaded twice. The first reupload fixed a bug that broke multiplayer,[2] while the second corrected the version number from "RC1" to "RC2".[3]

Changes[]

Inventory
  • The lighting of blocks in inventory screens has been adjusted.

Fixes[]

1 bug fixed
  • Fixed a bug that caused all tools to break quickly after loading a world that was saved in RC1.

Trivia[]

  • This was the last release candidate for a version until 1.16 Release Candidate 1 in June 2020, a period of 8 years, 7 months and 5 days (3140 days).
  • 1.16.2 marks the second version of Minecraft to release two release candidates since 1.0.0.
  • This Release Candidate has the most reuploads in single version.

See Also[]

References[]

  1. "So yeah, let's do a release candidate 2"@jeb_ (Jens Bergensten) on Twitter, November 13, 2011
  2. "Ok RC2, now with multiplayer! http://assets.minecraft.net/rc2/minecraft.jar (+ minecraft_server.jar)"@jeb_ (Jens Bergensten) on Twitter, November 13, 2011
  3. "Uploaded new RC2 that says "RC2" \o/"@jeb_ (Jens Bergensten) on Twitter, November 13, 2011
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