The latest version of Minecraft at the time of this post is 1.14.4, and it’s confirmed to be the final update of the 1.14 series before Mojang head into 1.15. Right now, we don’t know what the future 1.15 update will bring.
Whilst Minecraft 1.14.4 is still relevant, we thought we’d bring you a new seed list which features Villages, Witches Huts, Survival Islands, Icebergs and much more. We also have a special seed at the end which some PewDiePie fans might like!
Below, you can see our list of seeds which where all tested on Minecraft 1.14.4 Java Edition. To achieve the same look as the screenshots above, you will want to install Minecraft Shaders. For more Minecraft Seeds, Guides and Best-Of lists, you can view our dedicated area here!
Our first seed will put you right on the edge of one of Minecrafts new villages. It’s a decent sized village, offering many building types. There is a lake running through so you can travel by boat, with a large jungle off into the distance where wood can be harvested.
Use this seed and you will spawn on a good sized island in the middle of the ocean. The island contains grass, trees and sand and varies in height. There are more islands surrounding the one you will spawn on, with large Icebergs also being visible.
Another island seed is this one. It’s much larger in size than the previous seed and flatter, making it easier to build on. It’s made up of a jungle biome so it has some tall trees, ideal for building a treehouse-type village with buildings going from tree to tree.
Lava can be difficult to find in Minecraft, you’ll eventually need it to start building a nether portal out of obsidian. If you want to skip the struggle of looking for lava in Minecraft, then this seed will spawn you right next to a pool of it. Not far into the distance, there is also a village where you can start your adventure.
Looking for an Ocean Monument? This seed will spawn you on a very small survival-style island. There are no trees on it though, so if you plan to stay here, you’ll have to fetch some saplings. Just a short distance away, an Ocean Monument can be found at X: 175, Y:66 and Z:80.
This seed will practically spawn you right in the middle of two different villages. One being plains themed and the other desert themed. The villages are close together, easily within walking distance. It’s difficult to see on the screenshot above, but the second village can be seen in the distance near the trees.
Witches can be found in their huts in Minecraft swamp biomes. They’re actually quite rare and difficult to find. Using this seed won’t spawn you in a swamp biome, but near one that’s within walking distance which has a Witches Hut. Once you spawn, head to the coordinates X: -341, Y: 65 and Z: 216 to see the hut.
There isn’t anything too special about this seed. It will just spawn you in a winter biome, surrounded by trees which can be chopped down to build your first home. A lot of players love the winter biome as it’s one of the most unique and interesting places to build in Minecraft.
Next up, we have a seed that will spawn you in a Taiga Biome. I chose to include this seed as they aren’t very common to find. Whilst there’s no village nearby, there are hundreds of trees which can be down giving large amounts of Spruce Wood. There is also a Winter biome not far in the distance.
Last month, some very dedicated fans where able to track down PewDiePie’s seed that he is currently using in his Minecraft series. We felt it was a good idea to include it in this list. Whilst his structures and other creations aren’t there, all the locations are including his home base which is on the screenshot above. Head on out and find your own Joergens and Svens.