Minecraft Pocket Edition 1.11.3 is an update for Minecraft: Pocket Edition that was released on June 27, 2017.
This version adds The Ender Update, introduces the Nether, and customizes the user experience.
- Added The Ender Update features
- Added the Nether
- Customized user experience
Is there anything I need to know before downloading Minecraft PE 1.11.3?
Before downloading and installing the Minecraft PE 1.11.3 update, make sure to back up your world data first. You can do this by simply copying the “worlds” folder found in your Minecraft PE directory.
What’s new in Minecraft PE 1.11.3?
The Ender Update is the biggest addition in Minecraft PE 1.11.3. It adds The End and its iconic boss – the Ender Dragon. Slaying the dragon will now give you access to The End’s outer islands, where you’ll find new resources and mobs.
The Nether has also been added in this update. It can be accessed by building a Nether Portal and is a dangerous place full of new mobs and hazards.
In addition, various user experience improvements have been made in this update. These include changes to the game’s controls, interface, and tutorials.
Minecraft PE 1.11.3 fixes:
- Fixed a crash that could occur when exiting The End
- Fixed a graphical issue with the Nether Portal frame
- Fixed an issue where some players could not see their hand while holding an item
- Fixed an issue where some players could not interact with buttons and levers
- Fixed an issue where the game would sometimes not save properly on iOS devices
- Fixed an issue where the game would not start on some Android devices
- Other minor fixes and improvements
How to install Minecraft PE 1.11.3?
Installing the Minecraft PE 1.11.3 update is easy – just download it from the link above and open it with your favorite file manager. The update will be installed automatically, and you’ll be ready to play!
Minecraft PE updates 1.11.3 FAQ:
If you’re having trouble installing the update, make sure you have enough free space on your device. The update requires at least 50 MB of free space to install properly.
Yes, your world will be compatible with the new update. However, we recommend that you back up your world data before updating, just to be safe.
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