Mojang has finished its most recent significant overhaul for Minecraft, form 1.10, otherwise called "Frostburn."
Frostburn principally rolls out improvements to the most sizzling and coldest ranges of the diversion, including polar bears and another Skeleton variation, Strays to solidified biomes while fossils and a more grounded Zombie sort, Husks will appear in deserts.
There's likewise another specialized piece for Creative mode administrators which takes into consideration layouts of structures to be put with the assistance of "Redstone guile".
Here's Mojang's rundown of changes (in spite of the fact that you can see a much more itemized adaptation on the Minecraft Wiki):
Numerous bug fixes
Included Polar Bear
Included Husk and Stray
An auto-bounce choice
Enhancements to some orders
Structure obstructs for custom maps
Underground fossils produced using bone pieces
Included Magma Block
Included Nether Wart Block and Red Nether Bricks
Some gigantic mushrooms can be considerably bigger
An uncommon opportunity to discover forlorn trees in fields
Find relinquished mineshafts loaded with gold in plateau biomes
Towns produce better ways between the structures
More varieties of towns, taking into account the biomes they are implicit
Endermen have been seen in the Nether
Furthermore, - obviously - Mojang has expelled Herobrine once more.
The Frostburn upgrade is accessible to all PC Minecraft players now, and will download in the Minecraft launcher.