Minecraft all versions

Minecraft all versions DEFAULT

This article is about full versions. For development versions, see Java Edition version history/Development versions. For future updates, see Planned versions § Java Editions. For other uses, see Version history.

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Java Edition has been in constant development since mid-May 2009. What is now known as pre-Classic refers to the early unreleased versions of Minecraft during the week from May 10 to May 16, 2009. The next phase, what was later called Classic, lasted from May 17 to November 10, 2009. Indev, short for "in development", lasted from December 23, 2009, to February 23, 2010. Infdev, short for "infinite development", lasted from February 27 to June 30, 2010. Alpha lasted from June 30 to December 3, 2010, and Beta lasted from December 20, 2010, all the way through to November 11, 2011. The official release of Minecraft (Java Edition) came on November 18, 2011, at MINECON 2011, and further updates have been released ever since, the most recent update being update 1.17.1.

Full release[]

The full release stage of Minecraft: Java Edition's development started on November 18, 2011, and has continued until the present day. At this point of development, the game was considered "complete", having both an "ending" and being ready for ratings and reviews. The game's price also increased from what it was in Beta, but users who previously bought the game were not charged extra.




Update Version Development release Full release
Nether Update (Guide)
1.16.5January 13, 2021January 15, 2021
1.16.4October 15, 2020November 2, 2020
1.16.3September 7, 2020September 10, 2020
1.16.2July 1, 2020August 11, 2020
1.16.1June 24, 2020
1.16February 5, 2020June 23, 2020


Update Version Development release Full release
Buzzy Bees (Guide) 1.15.2January 14, 2020January 21, 2020
1.15.1December 12, 2019December 17, 2019
1.15August 22, 2019December 10, 2019


Update Version Development release Full release
Village & Pillage (Guide) 1.14.4July 3, 2019July 19, 2019
1.14.3June 3, 2019June 24, 2019
1.14.2May 16, 2019May 27, 2019
1.14.1May 7, 2019May 13, 2019
1.14October 24, 2018April 23, 2019


Update Version Development release Full release
Update Aquatic (Guide) 1.13.2October 16, 2018October 22, 2018
1.13.1July 25, 2018August 22, 2018
1.13October 25, 2017July 18, 2018






Update Version Development release Full release
Bountiful Update (Guide) 1.8.9December 9, 2015
1.8.8July 27, 2015July 28, 2015
1.8.7June 5, 2015
1.8.6May 25, 2015
1.8.5May 22, 2015
1.8.4April 17, 2015
1.8.3February 20, 2015
1.8.2December 18, 2014February 19, 2015
1.8.1October 15, 2014November 24, 2014
1.8January 9, 2014September 2, 2014


Update Version Development release Full release
The Update that Changed the World (Guide) 1.7.10June 3, 2014June 26, 2014
1.7.9April 14, 2014
1.7.8April 11, 2014
1.7.7April 9, 2014
1.7.6April 3, 2014
1.7.5February 26, 2014
1.7.4November 21, 2013December 10, 2013
1.7.2September 5, 2013October 25, 2013


Update Version Development release Full release
Horse Update (Guide) 1.6.4September 13, 2013September 19, 2013
1.6.2July 8, 2013
1.6.1April 18, 2013July 1, 2013



Update Version Development release Full release
Pretty Scary Update (Guide) 1.4.7December 28, 2012January 9, 2013
1.4.6December 7, 2012December 20, 2012
1.4.5November 16, 2012November 19, 2012
1.4.4November 1, 2012November 14, 2012
1.4.2August 9, 2012October 25, 2012


Update Version Development release Full release
1.3 (Guide) 1.3.2August 16, 2012
1.3.1April 12, 2012August 1, 2012


Update Version Development release Full release
1.2 (Guide) 1.2.5March 30, 2012April 4, 2012
1.2.4March 22, 2012
1.2.3March 2, 2012
1.2.2March 1, 2012
1.2.1January 19, 2012


Update Version Development release Full release
1.1 (Guide) 1.1November 24, 2011January 12, 2012


Update Version Development release Full release
Adventure Update(Part 2) (Guide) 1.0.1
(Server only)
November 24, 2011
1.0.0September 22, 2011November 18, 2011


 Available in the launcher.
 Unavailable in the launcher, but archived elsewhere.

The Beta development phase started on December 20, 2010 and ended on November 18, 2011. The main goals of this development stage were a larger focus on polishing gameplay, additional content, and stability.[1] The game's price also increased from what it was in Alpha, but users who previously bought the game were not charged extra.

Beta 1.8[]

Beta 1.7[]

Beta 1.6[]

Beta 1.5[]

Beta 1.4[]

Beta 1.3[]

Beta 1.2[]

Beta 1.1[]

Beta 1.0[]


 Available in the launcher.
 Unavailable in the launcher, but archived elsewhere.
 Missing pre-reupload.
 Not archived. Video/image or The Word of Notch proof exists.

The Alpha development phase started on June 29, 2010, and ended on December 20, 2010. This version also limited the gamemode to Survival, but saw a re-release of multiplayer. At this time, Notch began developing the game full time, causing much more frequent updates. These were also the first versions which had to be purchased, though the price increased in later stages.

Alpha 1.2[]

Update Version Release date
Halloween Update
Alpha v1.2.6December 3, 2010
Alpha v1.2.5December 1, 2010
Alpha v1.2.4_01November 30, 2010
Alpha v1.2.3_05
Alpha v1.2.3_04November 26, 2010
Alpha v1.2.3_02November 25, 2010
Alpha v1.2.3_01November 24, 2010
Alpha v1.2.3
Alpha v1.2.2November 10, 2010
Alpha v1.2.1_01November 5, 2010
Alpha v1.2.1
Alpha v1.2.0_02October 31, 2010
Alpha v1.2.0_01
Alpha v1.2.0 (Halloween Update)October 30, 2010

Alpha 1.1[]

Alpha 1.0[]

Update Version Release date
Alpha 1.0 (Guide) Alpha v1.0.17_04August 23, 2010
Alpha v1.0.17_03
Alpha v1.0.17_02August 20, 2010
Alpha v1.0.17_01
Alpha v1.0.17 (Seecret Friday 8)
Alpha v1.0.16_02August 13, 2010
Alpha v1.0.16_01August 12, 2010
Alpha v1.0.16
Alpha v1.0.15 (First SMP version)August 3, 2010
Alpha v1.0.14 (Seecret Friday 7)July 30, 2010
Alpha v1.0.13_01July 29, 2010
Alpha v1.0.13July 28, 2010
Alpha v1.0.12July 26, 2010
Alpha v1.0.11 (Seecret Friday 6)July 23, 2010
Alpha v1.0.10July 22, 2010
Alpha v1.0.9July 21, 2010
Alpha v1.0.8_01July 20, 2010
Alpha v1.0.8
Alpha v1.0.7July 19, 2010
Alpha v1.0.6_03July 17, 2010
Alpha v1.0.6_02
Alpha v1.0.6_01
Alpha v1.0.6 (Seecret Friday 5)July 16, 2010
Alpha v1.0.5_01July 14, 2010
Alpha v1.0.5July 13, 2010
Alpha v1.0.4 (Seecret Friday 4)July 8, 2010
Alpha v1.0.3July 6, 2010
Alpha v1.0.2_02
Alpha v1.0.2_01
Alpha v1.0.2
Alpha v1.0.1_01July 2, 2010
Alpha v1.0.1 (Seecret Friday 3)
Alpha v1.0.0 (shown as Infdev in game)June 30, 2010


 Available in the launcher.
 Unavailable in the launcher, but archived elsewhere.
 Unavailable from launcher; no unedited version archived.
 Not archived. Video/image or The Word of Notch proof exists.

Main articles: Java Edition Infdev, Minecraft Infdev and Java Edition guides/Infdev releases

The Infdev development phase started on February 27, 2010 and ended on June 30, 2010. During this stage, Minecraft was only available in single-player Survival mode and versions were unnumbered under the name Minecraft Infdev. At this point, Notch rewrote the game code to allow mostly "infinite" terrain.


 Unavailable in the launcher, but archived elsewhere.
 Missing pre-reupload.
 Not archived. Video/image or The Word of Notch proof exists.

Main articles: Java Edition Indev and Java Edition guides/Indev releases

The Indev development phase started on December 23, 2009, and ended on February 27, 2010. It was the successor to the previous Survival Test and continued expanding the survival aspects of the game, making it a lot more like the current gameplay. Versions in this stage were either unnumbered or used the same number.


 Available in the launcher.
 Unavailable in the launcher, but archived elsewhere.
 Missing pre-reupload.
 Unavailable from launcher; no unedited version archived.
 Not archived. Video/image or The Word of Notch proof exists.
 Not archived. IRC chat log/changelog proof exists.

Main articles: Java Edition Classic and Java Edition guides/Classic releases

Classic was the first long development phase of the game, in which it was constantly improved and updated over several months. It occurred between May 16 and December 23, 2009. The original game mode was Creative, but on September 1, 2009 development began for Survival mode under the name Survival Test.

Late Classic[]

Main article: Late Classic

  1. ↑Reuploaded version of 0.30 Creative.

Survival Test[]

Main article: Survival Test

Multiplayer Test[]

Main article: Multiplayer Test

Client version Release date Server version
0.0.23a_01July 11, 2009 1.8.2
0.0.22a_05June 29, 2009
0.0.21a_01June 23, 2009
0.0.20a_02June 20, 2009
0.0.19a_02June 19, 2009 ?
0.0.18a_02June 14, 2009 1.4.1
0.0.17aJune 10, 2009 1.3
0.0.16a_02June 7, 2009 1.2
0.0.15a_03June 4, 2009
0.0.15a (Multiplayer Test 8)
0.0.15a (Multiplayer Test 7)
0.0.15a (Multiplayer Test 6)
0.0.15a (Multiplayer Test 5)June 3, 2009
0.0.15a (Multiplayer Test 4)
0.0.15a (Multiplayer Test 3)
0.0.15a (Multiplayer Test 2)
0.0.15a (Multiplayer Test 1)May 31, 2009

Early Classic[]

Main article: Early Classic

VersionRelease date
0.0.14a_08May 28, 2009
0.0.14a_03May 27, 2009
0.0.13a_03May 22, 2009
August 6, 2013[note 1]
0.0.13aMay 22, 2009
August 6, 2013[note 2]
0.0.12a_03May 19/20, 2009
0.0.12a_02May 19, 2009
0.0.11aMay 17, 2009
August 6, 2013[note 3]
  1. ↑Recompilation date; the launcher version of 0.0.13a_03 has a 2013 compilation date. It has identical gameplay to 0.0.13a, but the files are different.
  2. ↑Recompilation date; the launcher version of 0.0.13a may be different from the actually released version of 0.0.13a.
  3. ↑Recompilation date: the launcher version is different compared to the original release but gameplay is unchanged.

Private test builds[]


Main articles: Java Edition pre-Classic and Java Edition guides/Pre-Classic releases

 Available in the launcher.
 Not archived. Video/image or The Word of Notch proof exists.
 Not archived. IRC chat log/changelog proof exists.

Pre-Classic was the initial development phase of Minecraft, in which the very basic mechanics and elements of the game were developed, tested and improved over the period of less than a week—from May 10–16, 2009. It was not originally released to the public, but some versions are now playable via the launcher.


Sours: https://minecraft.fandom.com/wiki/Java_Edition_version_history

What are the different versions of Minecraft?

There are several different versions of Minecraft, each with their own functions and updates, which can often make it difficult when looking for help. Here we've broken down the various versions, and included a list of devices that they're played on so you can quickly identify which version you're playing!

Minecraft Bedrock

Devices: Windows 10, Windows 10 Phone, iOS (iPhone and iPad), Android. Amazon Kindle Fire and Fire TV, Gear VR, Oculus Rift, Windows Mixed Reality, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch

The youngest of the editions, Minecraft Bedrock, was released to replace the Legacy Console Edition as the edition for consoles alongside the 'Better Together' update. This update allows all supported devices to play together on one server hosted through the in-game client, a player can host a game on their Xbox One and a player using their Nintendo Switch could play alongside them, and vice versa.

While this edition is behind Minecraft Java technically, lacking many useful features that Java players enjoy and is a bit more challenging to modify, Minecraft Bedrock is the only version to have access to the Minecraft Marketplace, where players can purchase quality assured, community made maps and modifications.

Minecraft Java

Devices: Microsoft Windows, Apple’s MacOS, Linux

Minecraft Java is the oldest version of Minecraft with the game released in this format in 2009. This version runs in Javascript, a system that is used to run various games on Windows, Linux and Mac computers

Requiring a Mojang account to play, Minecraft Java has its own launcher where players can alter which version of the game they're playing. It has a lot of technical features not yet implemented in other editions and is the most accessible version to modify, making it essential for players who wish to create and develop modifications in Minecraft.

Minecraft Education

Devices: Windows 10, Mac OSX El Capitan, iOS 9+

Minecraft Education is an educational tool used to make learning accessible to children.

This edition is less accessible than the other 3, requiring you to be a member of an academic institution, provide educational services, such as a librarian or a museum curator, or part of a recognised home-schooling program to be able to access the full version.

This edition offers lessons on a wide range of topics, from maths and science to history and geography and has features in place to prevent students from getting off topic, by giving teachers the ability to oversee all players in one classroom and ban certain blocks that can be disruptive to learning.

Minecraft Legacy Console

Devices: Xbox 360, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, Wii U, Nintendo Switch

While it is no longer supported by Minecraft, meaning that there will be no further updates for this edition, the Minecraft Legacy Console Edition was the original console version of the game and is still played on those devices.

Unlike Java, the legacy console version of Minecraft cannot be modified easily and requires access to the device's multiplayer service, such as Xbox Live or Nintendo Online to play with others online.

However, it is simple to play, with limited access to maps and modifications that can complicate Minecraft for newer players.

Minecraft, TechnicalNoctis Mori

Sours: https://noxcrew.com/help/minecraft-version
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  2. Fantasy scene maker
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"Update" redirects here. For other uses, see Update (disambiguation).

"Patch" redirects here. For the terrain feature, see Random patch.

This page links to the version history lists for different development stages and editions of Minecraft.

Java Edition[]

  • Version history
    • Pre-classic (May 10 – May 16, 2009)
    • Classic (May 16 – November 10, 2009)
    • Indev (December 23, 2009 – February 23, 2010)
    • Infdev (February 27 – June 30, 2010)
    • Alpha (June 30 – December 3, 2010)
    • Beta (December 20, 2010 – November 11, 2011)
    • Official Release, or Java Edition (November 18, 2011 – present)
  • Development versions (September 9, 2011 – present)

Bedrock Edition[]

New Nintendo 3DS Edition[]

Education Edition[]

Pi Edition[]

Minecraft Earth[]

Minecraft Dungeons[]

Minecraft Launcher[]

Legacy Console Edition[]

  • Version history
    • Xbox 360 Edition (May 9, 2012 – March 19, 2019)
    • PlayStation 3 Edition (December 17, 2013 – April 15, 2020)
    • PlayStation 4 Edition (September 4, 2014 – September 9, 2019)
    • Xbox One Edition (September 5, 2014 – December 3, 2019)
    • PlayStation Vita Edition (October 14, 2014 – April 15, 2020)
    • Wii U Edition (December 17, 2015 – March 19, 2019)
    • Nintendo Switch Edition (May 11, 2017 – June 21, 2018)
Sours: https://minecraft.fandom.com/wiki/Version_history
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