With the release of its newest update, it looks like fans of Minecraft will have even more to search for. You’ll need to be on the lookout for a bunch of new biomes, including the newest Deep Dark, where you’ll be able to come across some new enemies, loads of loot, and more. If you’re looking to make your way into the dark depths below, you’ll need to know how to get there.
We’ve got you covered on this, as well as many other topics in the world of Minecraft. Let’s see what you’ll need to do, and where you’ll need to go to get into the Deep Dark!
How To Get Into The Deep Dark In Minecraft 1.19
If you’re looking to get into the Deep Dark, you’re going to need to start digging. You’ll only be able to find these specific biomes deep within the world, so you’ll need to make your way down further than you’ve dug before. The best place to start digging your way down from is within caves, where you’re more likely to start finding these Deep Dark Biomes.
If you happen to be playing Java Minecraft, rather than Bedrock, you’ll be able to find these a little bit easier with some Cheats and Commands. If you’re in the world, you’ll be able to use the /locatebiome command to start searching for the exact coordinates of some of these excellent new biomes. If you’re playing on Bedrock, and want to into some, you may need to resort to a few different Seeds and start your search.
The biggest rule of thumb when you are trying to find a Deep Dark Biome is making sure that you are at a -y value, as you will only be able to find these down below. The further down you go, the better of a chance you’ll have to run into one. Like we mentioned above, you’ll want to make sure that you’re spelunking in as many caves as possible, and making your way down. Once you start coming across Wardens, and a unique new location, you’ll know that you’ve made it there properly!
If you’re looking for more information about the newest Minecraft update, be sure to check out our Minecraft Guide section. We cover many different topics, from how to craft a boat with a chest in it, to where you’ll be able to go to find one of the new ancient cities that have been popping up in the world.
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