Release Candidate 1 patch is the result of this, and it fixes one last bug. This patch ought to be the final one of its kind for the 1.20.3 release, per the studio’s blog.
There is a catch: Mojang would only release more release candidates if there were significant bugs or performance problems prior to the launch of Minecraft 1.20.3.
It doesn’t harm to check at the final bug patch that the 1.20.3 update will get in light of this before it is released in the first week of December 2023.
Mojang says that Minecraft 1.20.3 will be out soon, but before then, the developer has released one last experimental update.
Final Patch Note in Minecraft 1.20.3 Release Candidate 1 Patch
A little let down, fans of Minecraft, if they were hoping for any surprises in the first (and maybe last) Release Candidate for the 1.20.3 release. With just one change made, players are unlikely to detect any significant differences in gameplay from this testing snapshot. Simply said, not much has changed technologically other than a little adjustment to explosions.So how did Minecraft’s Candidate 1 Patch Notes update look like?
According to Mojang, the only patch note for 1.20.3 Release Candidate 1 is as follows:
A issue that showed an inconsistency in the explosion packet’s read/write logic has been corrected.