Check out this sneak peek of future Minecraft Dungeons updates at Minecraft Live

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Minecraft Dungeons Dlc Howling Peaks Windswept Peaks (Image credit: Mojang Studios)

What you need to know

  • Minecraft Dungeons was featured in today's exciting Minecraft Live online event.
  • Not only did we learn about cross-play and the future Howling Peaks DLC, we also got a sneak peek at future updates.
  • 2021 looks like it'll be an exciting year for Minecraft Dungeons, with at least three expansions hinted at.
  • In the teaser video, we see the Nether, the End, and even underwater areas.

Minecraft Live is moving ahead in full force, and during the even we were able to learn more about the future of Minecraft Dungeons. Not only is the rest of 2020 for the ARPG game exciting, with cross-play coming in November and the Howling Peaks DLC coming in December, but 2021 already looks incredible, if this short teaser video is anything to go by.

In the teaser video, we get a very early look at what appears to be at least three new expansions coming to Minecraft Dungeons with the new year, covering exciting parts of the Minecraft universe like the Nether, the End, and even underwater areas from Minecraft's Aqua Update. Minecraft Dungeons continues to impress with its post-launch support, and these expansions are exactly what fans have been asking for, with some extra anticipation reserved for the Nether expansion (will the Nether Portal in the Camp finally be used?).

Are you excited for the future of Minecraft Dungeons? What would you like to see explored in a future expansion? Let us know in the comments below!

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