Minecraft cyber monday deals
Mojang announced on the Inside Xbox X019 show that the Minecraft Dungeons derived from Minecraft will be launched on PC, Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch in April next year. Mojang prepared a video for this occasion. Given its 22-second running time and lack of playability, it is difficult for us to call the preview.
Although the game borrows heavily from the source series, especially the iconic block art style, as the name implies, it provides cooperative games in procedurally generated dungeon levels. The focus of the game is to navigate these dungeons, discover loot, and fight underground monsters with up to three friends.
It’s interesting that instead of creating a game based on the Minecraft world and not considering pushing the IP beyond its well-documented parameters, Minecraft Dungeons has all the elements of a classic dungeon crawler (think of a better Diablo God and simple loot system we imagine enemies and more forgiving battles). It should exist independently, regardless of its roots in the best-selling game in the world. If you ask us,
looks promising. The Minecraft world is ready to be explored through derivative games. If Minecraft Dungeon is similar to Telltale’s Minecraft: Story Mode experience, then we have a lot to look forward to next year.
Interested parties can register on the Mojan website to get an opportunity for early participation, although there are few details about its appearance or function. The site calls it Early Access, so we think it will be in the form of stress testing Beta-type transactions, especially online multiplayer game components.
April 2020 is still pretty vague, but at least we have a release window to study in depth before a date is set, which shouldn’t be too far away.