Bees are part of the 1.15 Java Version update. Brand new neutral mob bees are as chill as they’re in real life. One needs to play the game to see exactly how they behave; however, the notes read like an outline of what bees already do in the real world.
Based on Mojang, Minecraft’s bees are cute and fuzzy, and they’ll solely hurt if one happens to destroy them. They like flowers and spend their lives gathering pollen. They help crops grow. They do not like rain. They’ll die if they hurt a player, dropping zero. They die scared and alone, and it is the player’s if they do.
Nests spawn naturally throughout the world, and if a bee creates a circuit from flower to nest, the honey level will enhance until it reaches level five. Sounds dangerously sticky.
Hives are player constructed nests, comprised of honeycomb and timber. Construct a few in tandem with a garden for wholesome ecosystem points. However, because bees spread pollen and making pollen journeys between swarm and plants juices honey production and crop growth, players can make some super environment-friendly farms now. Players may even blow smoke on the little buggers to calm them down.
A brand new honey bottle item will let gamers collect honey to drink or craft into sugar, while the brand new dispensers make for easy assortment, filling, and honeycomb shearing. Minecraft is just Stardew Valley. Now, gamers can build a honeycomb and mayonnaise utopia.