The game event “Minecraft Live 2020” pleased not only with blocks, mobs, and other objects. The developers also decided then for the first time to present the so-called sculk sensor in Minecraft. Moreover, unlike other tools such as a pick or ax, the sculk sensor has several options for use. In this guide, we will tell you how to use and get this item.

How Do I Get a Sculk Sensor in Minecraft?

Depending on the version of the game, there are one or two ways to get the sculk thing. So in the Bedrock Edition, this can be done either through the Creative mode or through the console command. But in Java Edition, you can get it only with the help of the appropriate command, without the possibility of getting it in the creative mode. As you might guess, there is no crafting recipe in the normal Survival mode for creating a sculk sensor.

Be sure to check that cheats are allowed in the world first. Otherwise, you will have to create a new world, where cheats will be allowed before generating the world. Next, do the following:

  • First of all, press the “T” key.
  • There you should type the command “/ give @p minecraft: sculk_sensor.”
  • Then you just need to press the “Enter” key.

How to Use Sculk Sensor in Minecraft

First, it can be used as a light source. One of the advantages of the sculk sensor is that when the device is not activated, it emits light equal to 1. And when it is in an active state, then the light will be increased.

The second option is to use it as a device for detecting sounds. This block is able to detect most of the sounds in the area of ​​eight blocks around the point where it was placed.

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