FourFourSeconds ago, we reported that a new version of the Minecraft server application, version 4.0.1-beta3, had been updated to allow multiple simultaneous connections to the same server.
This version, released just a few days after the previous release, included a few new settings, as well as a couple of bug fixes.
We’ve since had another look at the update, and it seems that we have now reached the end of the update cycle.
The 4.4.3 release was released on October 20th, while the 4.3.6 version is expected to be out sometime in the coming days.
The new Minecraft server, however, will not be going into beta until sometime next week, and we can expect the last version of this application to hit the public soon.
As always, you can read more about the new version in the official Minecraft blog post.