Earlier this month, Mojang informed us that the various episodes that make up Telltale’s Minecraft: story mode lived on borrowed time. On June 25, the company announced, all Story Mode episodes will be removed from digital storefronts, meaning they no longer need to be downloaded and certainly no longer need
Here are some direct WTFery as what to do about Telltale Games’ back catalog continues to be an issue for digital markets. On Xbox360, Minecraft: Story mode has its individual episodes listed for $99.99 each. That’s right, a hundred. There’s actually a good reason for that, but first, yeah, that
Minecraft: Dungeons was developed in a different engine than most other games in the franchise. In an interview with Mojang at E3 2019, Creative Director Mans Olsen confirmed to PCGamesN that the upcoming Minecraft RPG – due out in Spring 2020 – uses the Unreal Engine. The original block builder
Indie point-and-click adventure game developer Telltale went out of business last year, and as a result, their games have slowly disappeared from digital storefronts. Now Telltale Minecraft: story mode The series is set to go to the Nether on June 25. The shutdown was announced on the official Minecraft website.
Goodbye forever Telltale is currently being erased from history. A few weeks ago, news broke that all Telltale games would be removed from GOG. This means The Walking Dead, Batman, Guardians of the Galaxy, The Wolf Among Us and many more are gone forever. Now, it looks like Minecraft: Story
Minecraft Developer Mojang announced this support for Minecraft: story mode ends, and players will have until June 25, 2019 to download their episodes. The game’s delisting follows the demise of other games made by Telltale Games, which abruptly shut down last year. Mojang says that due to Telltale’s closure, the