Mojang revealed its intention to move deep dark caves as well as all its features to Minecraft Live 2021. The Wild Update will bring you some of the most anticipated Caves and Cliffs updates.
Many players hoped to fight the warden in Minecraft 1.18. Unfortunately, the terrifying beast will not be returning next year with the 1.19 update. Caves are currently safe from this monstrosity. Developers are currently working to add the Bedrock beta warden.
A group of developers shared recently a work in progress animation of the warden rising from the ground. The warden's sound is terrifying and will scare many players.
To get feedback from the community, Minecraft developers often share their upcoming features. Developers will soon be going on holiday as Christmas approaches. They shared an animation that showed a creepy warden digging into the ground and emerging from it before they took a break.
Marcio is a software developer who works on Minecraft. He has been working with Alexander Torstling and Gnembon to implement the warden. He shared a clip of the warden digging in the ground.
The clip shows the warden reaching for the ground and digging into the ground as if he were swimming. Kingbdogz said that this animation was not finished.
Kingbdogz shared another animated warden in a tweet. This animation shows warden getting off the ground, just like it was shown on Minecraft Live 2021.
The clip shows Kingbdogz activating the sculk-shrieker, which causes a warden on the ground to rise from the ground. Kingbdogz was blinded when the sculk-shrieker was activated. After noticing footsteps, the warden begins to walk towards the player and the clip ends.
Bedrock beta already has sculk blocks. Developers added frogs in beta versions a few days ago. Warden could be coming to Minecraft in 2022. You should not expect any snapshots or betas to be available before the holiday season is over.