Minecraft: Java Edition 1.19.1 brings Player Reporting and other safety features

What you need to know

  • Mojang Studios is rolling out a new Minecraft: Java Edition update with a handful of new features and fixes.
  • Minecraft: Java Edition 1.19.1 is headlined by its improved player safety features, but also features allay duplication.
  • With the update, chats are more secure, and is backed by a live moderated Player Reporting feature.
  • The 1.19 “The Wild Update” patch is now available to all Minecraft: Java Edition players.

The latest evolutionary update to Minecraft’s legacy PC version is here, as Mojang Studios has begun to roll out Minecraft: Java Edition 1.19.1 to all players. This update is relatively modest overall, but it does include a handful of new features in addition to its regular bug fixes and technical updates.

The most prominent addition with this update is undoubtedly the addition of Player Reporting, which massively improves the security and safety of chats in Minecraft. If you have any questions regarding the feature, Mojang Studios has put together a helpful FAQ breaking down how Player Reporting works. Allays are also able to duplicate after this update, making it easier for players to obtain more blue buddies in their worlds.

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