Minecraft Dungeons has 10 million players and counts

Minecraft Dungeons players have passed the 10 million mark.

According to Microsoft and Mojang, Minecraft Dungeons has reached over 10 million players across all supported platforms.

Since the game launched in May 2020 on PC, Switch, PS4, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S and Xbox Game Pass, these 10 million players have accumulated some interesting statistics.

For starters, the Arch-Illager has been defeated 5,934,629 times, and players have spent approximately 1141 years in the camp.

The Redstone Monstrosity has been beaten a total of 7,044,521 times, and there have been 19,511,994 attempts to beat the Redstone Monstrosity.
To celebrate the milestone, a new cape and a pet are given to all players. You should expect it to arrive on February 24 as part of the game’s free update.

Speaking of this date, the Flames of the Nether DLC will also arrive with the free update. It includes six new missions, new artifacts, weapons, gear, two new skins, and the Baby Ghast pet.

Meanwhile, the free update will include the new Old Hunts, changes to Apocalypse Plus, and the ability to earn Gold, a new currency you can donate to your camp’s Piglin Merchant.