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The End

Minecraft is one of those games that never really ends. You can play pretty much forever and there are constant updates. Minecraft Dungeons is proving to be the same way. There are regular DLC releases and free updates.

Earlier today, Mojang announced Echoing Void, the last DLC of the season pass. This DLC will be exploring The End, the area where Minecraft players encounter the Enderdragon. It is also the domain of the Endermen. As with all the previous expansions, Echoing Void will be adding new enemies, gear, and missions, and will be arriving alongside a free update.

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The new update is called Gauntlet of Gales, where players will be thrown into a challenging maze-like area. There will be puzzles and trials that will test players. Gauntlet of Gales will be adding new enchantments, like Ambush, Shadow Blast, and Void Strike.

When Echoing Void and Gauntlet of Gales releases, Minecraft Dungeons: Ultimate Edition will also launch. It will include all six DLC packs, not just the ones found in the season pass. Jungle Awakens, Creeping Winter, Howling Peaks, Flames of the Nether, Hidden Depths, and Echoing Void will be part of the Ultimate Edition, as well as all the accompanying updates.

Echoing Void seems like the natural end to Minecraft Dungeons DLC, but it is supposedly not the end? It is unclear if there will be another round of expansions, season pass, or if there will just be more free updates, but hopefully Mojang will shed some light on that soon.

Minecraft Dungeons: Ultimate Edition and Echoing Void will be available on July 28th. Minecraft Dungeons is available on PC, PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch.

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This article is about the action/adventure RPG. For the naturally generated structure in Minecraft, see Dungeon.

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Minecraft Dungeons is an action-adventure role-playing video game developed by Mojang Studios, Xbox Game Studios and Double Eleven. It was released on May 26, 2020, for Windows (via the Minecraft Launcher and the Microsoft Store), Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PlayStation 4, on November 10, 2020, for the Xbox Series X|S, and on September 22, 2021, for Steam for Windows.[3]

Originally conceived as a game for the Nintendo 3DS,[16]Minecraft Dungeons takes inspiration from classic dungeon crawlers. It also features music by Peter Hont, Johan Johnson, Samuel Åberg, Eugnosis, Rostislav Trifonov, and Grant Kirkhope.

Purchase and availability[]

The Standard Edition of the game is available for US$19.99 (CA$25.99, €19.99, £16.74, AU$29.95, NZ$39.95).

The Ultimate Edition of the game released on July 28, 2021 for US$39.99 (CA$51.99, €39.99, £33.49, AU$59.95, NZ$63.95) and includes all six DLCs along with content from the Hero Pass. A physical version is slated to be released on October 26, 2021.[17]

The Ultimate DLC Bundle also released on July 28, 2021 is available for US$19.99 (CA$25.99, €19.99, £16.74, AU$29.95, NZ$39.95) and includes all six DLCs along with content from the Hero Pass but without the base game.

The DLC packs are also available separately for US$5.99 (CA$7.69, €5.99, £4.99, AU$9.05, NZ$8.70) each.

The game is available on the following platforms:

  • Windows:
    • Minecraft Launcher
    • Microsoft Store
    • Steam
  • Xbox One/Series X|S
  • Nintendo Switch
  • PlayStation 4

There are two different editions of the game:

  • Standard Edition
  • Ultimate Edition

Gameplay[]

Main article: Gameplay

See also: Exclusive features

The game supports up to four players and features various new weapons, items, and mobs, as well as a variety of environments to explore and an overarching quest that sees the player characters, heroes, face off against a main antagonist, called the Arch-Illager. The game has specific quests and locations, along with procedurally generated elements.[18] The player is not restricted to one class, and can pick up more armor or weapons and use them. Players can not build or mine because the game is focused on action/adventure. The game takes place both above ground and below. Players can re-play levels they have previously beaten. There is a camp "hub world" that takes place in part of the tutorial level, Squid Coast, with shops unlockable by saving their merchants. Missions are procedurally generated, and Mojang was considering using world seeds.[19]

Players can choose their avatar from a variety of heroes provided, with additional heroes available as paid DLC. Character creator skins as well as skins purchased in vanilla Minecraft are not available for use in Minecraft Dungeons.

Hero[]

See also: Hero

The hero is the character that the player controls in the game. When starting a game, the player can choose a cosmetic hero that they can use throughout the game. All of the heroes are purely cosmetic and do not offer special powers.

When selecting a hero, all loot, levels, and progress gained stays only on that hero and does not carry over into other heroes that the player plays as. If the player started a game with a hero, but changed their mind and wants to play as a different hero with different loot, they can duplicate the hero with the same loot the original hero had.

Locations[]

Main article: Locations

When the player starts up the game for the first time, the hero that they select begins at the Squid Coast. They then progress through the other locations, such as the Creeper Woods, until they reach the final mission of the base game, the Obsidian Pinnacle. Sometimes a location can generate a room that allows access to a secret location, such as the Creepy Crypt, the Lower Temple, the Soggy Cave, Arch Haven, or the Underhalls. Other missions can be accessed by proceeding through the missions normally, such as the Pumpkin Pastures, Redstone Mines, the Desert Temple and Highblock Halls. Most of the locations of the main story with the Arch-Illager take place on the mainland. Other locations are available only through the DLC packs. The secret location, ???, requires heroes to collect all 9 runes after defeating the Arch-Illager.

Items[]

Main article: Item

Weapons are tools that can be used to damage entities with either melee or ranged attacks. They can be enchanted to increase their effectiveness.

Armor is used to protect the hero from damage and provide additional health. It can be enchanted to increase its effectiveness as well as provide miscellaneous uses to the hero, like a burning aura through the burning enchantment or a chilling aura that slows mobs through the chilling enchantment, both of which doesn't necessarily boost protection, but provide more utility to the hero.

Artifacts are objects that the hero can use to gain a significant power-up, damage foes, heal allies, etc. They behave like spells which provide an effect and are on a cooldown timer. The effectiveness of artifacts can be augmented through certain armor enchantments.

Consumables are non-equipable items that randomly drop during gameplay to restore health, ammo and provide temporary positive Status effects to the hero as well as deal massive splash damage to foes.

Cosmetics include capes and pets that provide no functional benefit to the hero and are designed for cosmetics and looks. Capes can either be obtained by players who own the Hero Pass, are free or were obtained by completing a set amount of Seasonal Trials. Pet cosmetics are either free or require the player to purchase DLC to be equipped.

Heroes can gift weapons, armor and artifacts to heroes made by other players by interacting with the gift wrapper.

Enchantments[]

Main article: Enchantments

Weapons and armor collected throughout the game possess randomly selected enchantments that, once activated by spending enchantment points obtained by levelling up, augment and alter the properties of the equipment. Equipment can appear with up to three enchantment slots each possessing a maximum of three enchantments to select from of which one can be activated. Enchantments are specific to the equipment type they appear on; ranged weapons enchantments never appear on armor, for instance.

Enchantments can enhance damage output, increase defense, apply positive or negative Status Effects, restore or increase health and speed, spawn consumables, emeralds, bees, escape death, and more.

Mobs[]

Main article: Mob

Mobs (short for "mobiles") are creatures encountered throughout the game. Most in Minecraft Dungeons are hostile and attempt to destroy the hero on sight, some are passive and never attack, and few are neutral that attack only if the hero attacks it first. Mobs summoned by the hero are friendly, cannot be directly damaged by the hero, and attack hostile mobs.

There are four broad types of hostile mobs that the heroes fight in the game: mobs, enchanted mobs, mini bosses, and bosses.

Defeating mobs gives the hero experience and they often drop emeralds, consumables, weapons, and armor.

Throughout the game, mobs ambush the hero and a rising gate blocks further progression until all mobs that spawned in the ambush are defeated. The Arch-Illager can be seen initiating most of the ambushes on the Mainland.

Synopsis[]

Minecraft Dungeons is set in the same universe as Minecraft.[3] Unlike Minecraft, which is a sandbox, the game features a linear, story-driven campaign, and cutscenes. The opening cutscene tells the story of an outcast Illager named Archie, who was rejected by all those who he met. One day, he stumbled upon a powerful artifact known as the "Orb of Dominance," which granted him great powers but also began to influence his decision making. The power-hungry "Arch-Illager" then sought vengeance on all those who wronged him, and soon subjugated the world with his new army, raiding villages, forcing villagers to work as slave labor, and leaving only chaos behind. It's now up to the hero to stand up against the Arch-Illager's tyranny in order to defeat him and save the world.[20]

The hero explores various locations in their quest to stop the Arch-Illager, fighting his army and completing quests in order to pass on to the next level. Ultimately, they face the Arch-Illager in his castle, defeating him and shattering the Orb of Dominance in the process, which frees Archie from its influence. Afterward, they show kindness to Archie, much to his surprise, and together they celebrate that evil has been defeated and the world saved, though the Orb is later shown to be rebuilding itself.

The DLC packs continue the story as follows:

  • In Creeping Winter, another orb fragment corrupts a Wraith, covering the island in an eternal winter. The hero must defeat the Wretched Wraith, destroy the shard and rid the island of its eternal winter.
  • In Howling Peaks, another orb fragment lands on top of a mountain, corrupting the fabled Tempest Golem. The hero must leap up the mountain and defeat the corrupted protector of the sanctum.
  • In Flames of the Nether, the hero travels to The Nether. The Orb of Dominance is not in this DLC, therefore there is not a main boss. The only hint of a narrative in this DLC alludes to the hero's portal breaking, and having to find a new one.

Development[]

The game was announced at MINECON Earth 2018.[18] It appears as a visually enhanced version of the base Minecraft game, but has a different gameplay style.[21] The game is inspired by classic dungeon crawlers.[3] On September 17, 2019, Double Eleven announced that they are assisting Mojang Studios and Xbox Game Studios with development, particularly with multiplayer and the console versions.[22]

Minecraft Dungeons was given an April 2020 release date in November 2019,[23] though this date was delayed to May 26, 2020, due to the outbreak of COVID-19.[24] The closed beta for the game ran from March 25 to April 24, 2020.[25][26]

Supported languages[]

Languages Interface Full Audio Subtitles
English (United States) Yes Yes Yes
English (United Kingdom) Yes Yes Yes
French Yes Yes Yes
German Yes Yes Yes
Japanese Yes Yes Yes
Italian Yes No Yes
Korean Yes No Yes
Spanish (Spain) Yes No Yes
Spanish (Mexico) Yes Yes Yes
Russian Yes No Yes
Swedish Yes Yes Yes
Portuguese (Brazil) Yes Yes Yes
Portuguese (Portugal) Yes No Yes
Polish Yes No Yes
Indonesian Yes No Yes
Chinese (Simplified) Yes Yes Yes
Chinese (Traditional) Yes No Yes

System requirements[]

According to this page:

Component Windows
OS Windows 10 version 1909 (November 2019 Update) or higher or 64-bit versions of Windows 7, 8, and 8.1 with the latest updates
Processor Intel Core i5 2.8GHz or equivalent
Memory 8 GB RAM or more and 2 GB VRAM or more
Hard disk space 6 GB available space
Graphics drivers NVIDIA GeForce GTX 660 or AMD Radeon HD 7870 or equivalent DX11 GPU with 2GB or more
DirectX version 11 or higher
Notes Not supported on Windows in S mode. Some functionality not supported on Windows 7, 8, and 8.1

Media[]

Guide to Minecraft Dungeons: A Handbook for Heroes[]

Main article: Guide to Minecraft Dungeons: A Handbook for Heroes

Guide to Minecraft Dungeons: A Handbook for Heroes is a guide book for Minecraft Dungeons that was released on May 26, 2020 as a hardcover and e-book.[27][28]

Minecraft Dungeons: The Rise of the Arch-Illager[]

Main article: Minecraft Dungeons: The Rise of the Arch-Illager

Minecraft Dungeons: The Rise of the Arch-Illager is a novel about the background story on the origins of the Arch-Illager by American author Matt Forbeck. It was published by Del Rey Books on July 7, 2020 in North America and on July 9, 2020 in the United Kingdom.[29][30] It was released as a hardcover, e-book, and audio book all of which were available to purchase on the same day.[30]

Merchandise[]

LEGO[]

Main article: LEGO Minecraft

Minecraft Dungeons also has its own LEGO set called "21163 The Redstone Battle", which features the four main heroes Valorie, Hex, Hal and Adriene along with the Redstone Monstrosity and the Redstone Golem, as well as a Piggy Bank. It was released on June 1st, 2020. Another Minecraft Dungeons LEGO set was revealed which is called "21176 The Jungle Abomination" which features the two heroes of the Jungle Awakens, a Mossy Skeleton, an Iron Golem, an enchanted Creeper, a Poison-Quill Vine and the Jungle Abomination itself. It was released on August 1st, 2021.

Gallery[]

References[]

  1. ↑"Minecraft: Dungeons is made in the Unreal Engine" – PCGamesN, June 11, 2019.
  2. ↑"Ask Mojang Home Edition #3: Extra Levels?!" – Minecraft on YouTube
  3. abcdminecraft.net/dungeons – March 31, 2020
  4. Minecraft: Dungeons ESRB Rating
  5. ↑Minecraft Dungeons CSM Rating
  6. Minecraft: Dungeons DEJUS Rating
  7. Minecraft: Dungeons PEGI Rating
  8. ↑Minecraft Dungeons GRAC Rating
  9. ↑https://microsoft.com/ru-ru/p/-/9p8mk4nc0ljb
  10. ↑ACB Rating
  11. ↑https://microsoft.com/de-de/p/-/9p8mk4nc0ljb
  12. ↑https://microsoft.com/zh-tw/p/-/9p8mk4nc0ljb
  13. ↑https://microsoft.com/pt-tl/p/-/9ph4m6bm9g89
  14. ↑https://microsoft.com/en-za/p/-/9p8mk4nc0ljb
  15. ↑"User Downloading Minecraft: Dungeouns Beta" – Twitter, April 1, 2020.
  16. ↑"Minecraft Dungeons Diaries: Origins" – Minecraft on YouTube, October 25, 2019
  17. ↑"Minecraft Dungeons is coming to Steam" – Minecraft.net, August 23, 2021
  18. abMinecraft: Dungeons announced for PC - IGN, September 29, 2018
  19. ↑"Minecraft: Dungeons – Mojang unearths a bit more info" – GameInformer, May 17, 2019.
  20. ↑"Minecraft Dungeons: Opening Cinematic" – Minecraft on YouTube, September 29, 2019
  21. ↑Mojang announces Minecraft: Dungeons - Polygon, September 29, 2018
  22. ↑"Announcement: Minecraft Dungeons" – Double11.com, September 17, 2019.
  23. ↑"Minecraft Dungeons live demo! Release month! Cows!" .
  24. ↑"Minecraft Dungeons launching May 26" – Minecraft.net
  25. ↑"Minecraft Dungeons FAQ" – Minecraft Help. "The closed beta will run from March 25 to April 24 at 11am CEST (2am PDT)."
  26. ↑"A big thanks to everyone who participated in the Minecraft Dungeons closed beta! We'll be closing the feedback and bug categories for now but we'll see you again come May 26th!" – @MattGartzke on Twitter, April 24, 2020
  27. ↑Guide to Minecraft Dungeons Hardcover Book – Minecraft Shop
  28. ↑Amazon.com: Guide to Minecraft Dungeons: A Handbook for Heroes (9781984818713): Mojang Ab, The Official Minecraft Team: Books
  29. ↑Rise of the Arch-Illager – Minecraft.net
  30. abMinecraft Dungeons: The Rise of the Arch-Illager by Matt Forbeck

External links[]

Microsoft Store (Windows) store pages[]

Steam (Windows) store pages[]

Xbox One & Xbox Series X|S store pages[]

Nintendo Switch store pages[]

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Minecraft Dungeons

DLC List - Release Date & Price

Check out this Minecraft Dungeons guide to learn more about upcoming DLC! Find out hero edition dlc, hero pass, dlc packs, dlc content, how to get, dlc price, and more!

Table of Contents

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DLC Packs List

List of DLC Packs

DLCDescription
▼Hero PassUpgrade your base game version to the Hero Edition
▼Jungle AwakensGet 3 new missions in a jungle landscape dungeon
▼Creeping WinterGet 3 new missions located in frosty winter dungeons
Check Out How To Buy DLC!

Hero Pass

Hero Pass
PriceUSD 9.99
Content- Hero Cape
- 2 Player Skins
- Chicken Pet
- 2 DLCs

The Hero Pass allows players to upgrade their base Minecraft Dungeons game into the Hero Edition. This upgrade pack comes with all of the contents that you can find in the Hero Edition, including the Hero Cape, skins, and more!

Check Out The Available Editions Here!

Minecraft Dungeons - Jungle Awakens

Minecraft Dungeons - Jungle Awakens
PriceUSD 5.99
DateJuly 1, 2020
Content- New jungle dungeons
- New weapons, armor, etc.
- 3 new missions

According to the official update, Minecraft Dungeons - Jungle Awakens DLC will feature a brand new jungle dungeon. You'll need to complete 3 new missions and gather new powerful weapons, armor, artifacts, & enchantments!

Check Out The Jungle Awakens DLC Here!

Includes Lost Temple Dungeon Update

When the Jungle Awakens DLC is released, Minecraft Dungeons will also receive a free update including the Lost Temple dungeon, new drops & items, and game balancing changes.

Check Out The Lost Temple Info

Minecraft Dungeons - Creeping Winter

Minecraft Dungeons - Creeping Winter
PriceUSD 5.99
DateSeptember 8, 2020
Content- New winter dungeons
- New weapons, armor, etc.
- 3 new missions
- New skins & pet

More information about the Creeping Winter DLC for Minecraft Dungeons will be posted once confirmed from official sources!

Check Out The Creeping Winter DLC Here!

Comes With September 2020 Update

The second DLC, Creeping Winter, will arrive with the September 2020 update. This update will be released on Sept. 8, 2020 and comes with free content such as Daily Trials, Gift Wrapper, and more.

Check Out September Update Details Here!

Will Minecraft Dungeons Have DLC?

DLC Is Planned For The Game

DLC Is Planned for the Game

According to Minecraft Dungeons's Official Site, the game is planned to have two upcoming DLCs! However, information regarding these DLCs has not yet been revealed!

What Is DLC ?

Additional Content For The Game

Additional Contents For the Game

Downloadable Contents or DLCs are extra contents for the game. These contents can range from additional story missions, new areas, new skins, and even new mobs or bosses!

Does Not Come With Base Game

Does Not Come with the Base Game

Unfortunately DLCs for Minecraft Dungeon are not included with the base game and must be purchased / downloaded separately. However, Minecraft Dungeons's Hero Edition includes upcoming DLCs with it!

Check Out the Available Editions Here!

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Fight your way through an all-new action-adventure game, inspired by classic dungeon crawlers and set in the Minecraft universe! Brave the dungeons alone, or team up with friends! Up to four players can battle together through action-packed, treasure-stuffed, wildly varied levels – all in an epic quest to save the villagers and take down the evil Arch-Illager!

Discover a trove of powerful new weapons and items that will help you defeat ruthless swarms of new-and-nasty mobs. Fight or flee through canyons, swamps and – of course – mines! Any adventurer brave or foolish enough to explore this blocky and beautiful world will need to come prepared. So quickly, gear up!

Dungeon Creeper! Battle new-and-nasty mobs in this all-new action-adventure, inspired by classic dungeon crawlers.
Multiplayer! Up to four players can team up and fight together in co-op mode.
Power Up! Unlock dozens of unique items and weapon enchantments for devastating special attacks.
Options! Personalize your character, then fight up-close and personal with melee swings, hang back with ranged attacks, or tank your way through swarms of mobs, shielded by heavy armour!
Epicness! Explore treasure-stuffed levels in a quest to take down the evil Arch-Illager!

Release date:
May 26, 2020

Players:
up to 4 players

Genre:
Action, Adventure, Role-Playing

Publisher:
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Game file size:
6.6 GB

Supported Languages:
Japanese, English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, Chinese

Supported Play Modes:
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Tabletop mode

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Handheld mode

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All New Weapons & Armor In Minecraft Dungeons' Echoing Void DLC

The final DLC of Minecraft Dungeons' current Season Pass, Echoing Void, released on July 28. Here are all of the new weapons and armor it added.

 

The latest Minecraft Dungeons DLC, Echoing Void, has finally been released. With it comes new and expanded missions, additional mobs and enemies, an Endermite pet, and two new skins. It also presents players with a few other unique items. Here's an overview of all the new armor and weapons added to Minecraft Dungeons thanks to the Echoing Void DLC.

Developed in tandem by Mojang Studios and Double Eleven, Minecraft Dungeons is a Minecraft spin-off game that takes the form of a dungeon crawler RPG similar to games like Diablo. Rather than building and exploring an open world, players venture through dungeons in a hack-and-slash manner, collecting treasure and improving gear along the way. While the game was praised upon release for its unique visual style, others criticized the use of procedural generation and its relatively simple gameplay. Fortunately, Minecraft Dungeons' developers have taken steps to expand and improve its existing features as well as introduce new areas to explore through the release of DLC packs.

Related: How Minecraft 1.18 Makes Caves Safer Than The Overworld

The Echoing Void DLC was announced earlier in July 2021 and serves as the fourth and final expansion to Minecraft Dungeons' current Season Pass, as well as the conclusion to its ongoing story. It's the sixth expansion released for the game thus far, not counting the various free updates and improvements that Mojang Studios has provided. One such update was released in tandem with Echoing Void: the Gauntlet of Gales is a free maze-like mission that presents players with the chance to find artifacts previously only available through the Howling Peaks DLC. It also includes new enchantments such as Ambush and Void Strike, and extended a few returning enchantments to other weapon types. For example, Fire Aspect and Looting can now apply to ranged weapons.

New Weapons In Minecraft Dungeons' Echoing Void DLC

The new weapons added with Minecraft's Echoing Void DLC are:

  • Backstabber (Melee)
  • Swift Striker (Melee Unique)
  • Void Bow (Ranged)
  • Call of the Void (Ranged Unique)
  • Shadow Crossbow (Ranged)
  • Veiled Crossbow (Ranged Unique)
  • Obsidian Claymore (Melee)
  • The Starless Night (Melee Unique)
  • Void Touched Blades (Melee)
  • The Beginning and The End (Melee Unique)

New Armor In Minecraft Dungeons' Echoing Void DLC

The new armor pieces added with Minecraft's Echoing Void DLC are:

  • Entertainer’s Garb
  • The Troubadour (Unique)
  • Shulker Armor
  • Sturdy Shulker Armor (Unique)
  • Teleportation Robes
  • Unstable Robes (Unique)

The game's latest patch went live on July 28, as did its most recent DLC, which is available for purchase on PC, Xbox One, PS4 and Nintendo Switch. It's worth noting that Minecraft Dungeons features crossplay support across all of these consoles, as well. Additional notes about both the Echoing Void expansion pack and the new Minecraft Dungeons patch can be found on the official Minecraft website.

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