This is the first time we have received an official Minecraft update since it was released for the iOS and Android versions of the game.
We had heard the game was undergoing a beta phase, but it is unclear how long that is, and what changes were made to it in that phase.
As part of the update, there is now a new update called Beta 1, which was released on Friday.
The game is expected to be out on November 8, though the exact date hasn’t been confirmed yet.
If you haven’t played the beta yet, you can grab it now for free on the App Store.
If you do, there’s an interesting update for those who are keen to try it out.
The Minecraft beta update was initially announced by Mojang on Monday, with the developer stating that it will be “as close to Minecraft as possible”.
The Minecraft Beta 1 update is expected in the coming weeks, so be sure to get yourself a beta key as soon as possible.
If you’re interested in checking out the new update, we’ve put together a guide on how to download and install it.
You’ll need an Apple TV and iOS device to access the beta.
You can also follow the Minecraft beta updates on the official Mojang blog.