Minecraft Dungeons is rolling out a new patch update today with 126.96.36.199, which pending adds the Spooky Fall event to Minecraft Dungeons. With this event, which lasts from today until November 3, 2020, you’ll have seasonal challenges and trials to complete, as well as exclusive gear and rewards to unlock.
Minecraft is a massive game that keeps getting bigger, as we saw at the recent Minecraft Live event, and those signed up for the super secret (not) Minecraft beta program can get a glimpse of future changes and updates. . The latest beta version, 188.8.131.52mirrors other recent betas in that
Minecraft Dungeons is a smart co-op ARPG from Mojang Studios and Double Eleven that draws heavily from games like the Diablo franchise. It launched with tons of promise but little content, and now the game regularly comes with free updates and paid expansions. The next DLC for Minecraft Dungeons is
Spooky season, or Halloween if you don’t like fun, is finally here, and with it comes a barrage of in-game events, celebrations, and limited-time seasons so everyone can enjoy the season. scary no matter where they are or what they are playing. Minecraft is jumping on the spooky bandwagon with
Mojang showed off new additions to Minecraft Dungeons during Minecraft Live 2020, including a new paid DLC pack and 20 new free difficulty levels, as well as details on cross-play support. The next DLC for the Minecraft spin-off is called Howling Peaks, and it will introduce new snowy biomes and
Minecraft Dungeons can be played alone but seriously benefits from cooperative fun. Today during Minecraft Live, the developers revealed that cross-play Minecraft Dungeons will be coming later this year in a free update. This means that players on Xbox One, PC, PS4 and Nintendo Switch can all join in the
Developed by Mojang Studios, Minecraft has been around for about a decade and comes in two different flavors: Java Edition and Bedrock Edition. The content, updates, and look of the two games are virtually identical, but the reality is that they are two different games. In technical terms, Java is