Microsoft has announced a new update for Minecraft, which will be available for both Windows 10 and Minecraft: Pocket Edition. This release bundles a bunch of tweaks and bug fixes to improve the block-building experience.


Here are the list of tweaks, as highlighted in the 0.15.3 official announcement:

  • Multiplayer invite screen text alignment fixed
  • Tweaks to moving blocks to make them work better & more consistently
  • Fixes to horse breeding to make it consistent with other versions
  • Tweaks to atlas generation
  • Tweaked some Realms purchase functions
  • Small tweak to mouse controls
  • Store screen layout scales better now

And for bug fixes:

  • Players can now scroll through the list of friends in the Add Realm window using the controller.
  • Inventory can now be opened when a player mounts a pig or horse/donkey/mule
  • Zombie pigment spawn with correct textures in desert biomes
  • Nether brick fence fixed- attaches to cobblestone walls
  • Fixed issue with friends list being cleared on signing out
  • Fall damage for horses fixed
  • Pressing X on the intro page signs the user out
  • Removed phantom image of the currently equipped block when toggling a daylight sensor
  • Fixed item duplication on fences bug
  • Fixed some bugs with pistons (crashing, overwriting, taking power from wrong sources, syncing issues)
  • Observer block placement fixed
  • Glass and leaf blocks no longer going invisible when placed next to carpet, pressure plates and accumulated snow
  • Fully grown crops now pop out of farmland when cut-off from light
  • Fixed position of zombie jockeys
  • Fixed crash when shooting an arrow from a dispenser at a TNT minecart
  • Fixed assorted issues causing games to crash

No massive new features, but still an update worth downloading.

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