Mojang Studios have been updating its incredibly popular game of Minecraft, as the Nether gets a much-needed rework. \n \nThe Nether Update completely reworked the Nether dimension by adding biomes, mobs, new armor\/tools, and new blocks. Some of the new blocks included in this update are the Respawn Anchor, which allows players to respawn in the Nether rather than in the Overworld. \n \nMinecraft Players can now easily express themselves using the new Emote system that Mojang Studios has built-in the Bedrock edition of Minecraft. These emotes are accessible only in the Bedrock edition and comes with three free emotes that are ready for players to start emoting. \n \nThe emotes that players start with are called Wave, Simple Clap, and Over There. These three emotes perfectly for starting as they offer a greeting emote, Wave, A congratulatory emote, Simple Clap. The final emote players start with is called Over There, which has the player pointing to a where ever they are looking. \n \n \n \nWhile these emotes may not seem like a lot, especially given that the emote menu has a total of six spots. Currently, players can earn three more emotes by unlocking achievements in the game. \n \nThere are currently three unlockable emotes in which players can then fill the emote menu with the three free emotes. \n \n \n \nThe first unlockable emote The Hammer, which is unlocked by completing the Acquire Hardware achievement. To earn the Acquire Hardware Achievement by smiling an iron ingot. This means most players will have the Hammer emote when you see them. \n \nThis emote is called Diamonds to you and is very self-explanatory. Players can unlock this emote by completing the Diamonds to You achievement. To complete the achievement, players need to throw diamonds at another player. \n \nThe Pickaxe calls the final unlockable emote. The Pickaxe emote is completing may be the most time consuming to unlock as players need to complete the Adventuring Time achievement. \n \nThis achievement only unlocks when the player discovers all seventeen biomes. \n \n \n \nWhile these may be the only emotes currently implemented, Mojang Studios does state that on July seventh they will be releasing more emotes. \n \nHowever, these emote will only be available on the Minecraft Marketplace. This means that the future emotes will have to be purchased with Minecraft's in-game, which is called Mine-coin.