Minecraft Version 2.57 Patch Notes for PS4, PC and Xbox

Mojang has released a new Minecraft version 2.57 on PS4, PC and Xbox One. According to the official Minecraft 2.57 patch notes, the latest update resolves various issues with the game. Apart from this, today’s Minecraft update 2.57 also includes stability and performance improvements.

Previously, a big update added quality of life improvements and fixes. Unfortunately, since the last major update, players are still facing issues with the game. Today’s Minecraft patch 2.57 will fix a few of these issues.

Read more details below.

Minecraft 2.57 Patch Notes (Bedrock)

  • Addressed gameplay crashes.
  • Fixed a crash on Nintendo Switch when attempting to login while set to local network mode
  • Fixed a crash that occurred upon creating a world from a template on Realms
  • Fixed servers being unable to set custom classic skins on players
  • Fixed the “Player has changed their skin” message being spammed on dedicated servers when custom skins were disabled
  • Fixed the cursor returning to the top of certain rows on Marketplace pages after going to the next tab in any row with a gamepad
  • Addressed several gameplay crashes.
  • Addressed a bug that caused Villagers’ professions to not reflect in their clothing.
  • Fixed an issue where graphical artifacts appear while playing on some devices.
  • Addressed an issue where the names hovering above mobs were slightly offset.
  • Addressed a bug that caused some blocks on Marketplace worlds to appear as “update blocks” on Realms.
  • Paid emotes can no longer be equipped for free.

Download free Minecraft version 2.57 on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

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