Black Friday is in full swing, and we've already taken a look at the Best Minecraft Black Friday Deals around. However, one deal is standing above the rest, and below in price, with Minecraft Dungeons: Hero Edition coming in at $15 at Amazon (opens in new tab) for the Xbox digital version, its lowest price yet. If you have yet to give Minecraft Dungeons a try, this is the best time to take the jump, with a 50% discount on the game.
The lowest price yet
Minecraft Dungeons: Hero Edition | $15 off
A different kind of Minecraft.
Minecraft Dungeons is the co-op focused, ARPG cousin to Minecraft and has done well combining the iconic and infamous Minecraft universe with gameplay closer to established franchises like Diablo. Now it's at its best price yet for Black Friday, with one deal bringing the Xbox digital version down to as low as $15, or 50% off the asking price. The Hero Edition includes the base game and all existing updates and DLC.
Minecraft Dungeons isn't your average Minecraft, and there's nothing wrong with that. This unique game combines the artwork, lore, and the overarching universe of vanilla Minecraft, which has ascended to the highest tier of video games, with ARPG, dungeon-crawling gameplay. Minecraft Dungeons encourages you to play with your friends as you tackle a variety of areas, enemies, and super-powerful bosses. While the base game was a little light on content when it first came out, it has since added a ton with expansions like the Jungle Awakens DLC and Creeping Winter DLC, as well as lots of free updates.
Minecraft Dungeons: Hero Edition includes the base game and all existing DLC expansions and updates, as well as some exclusive cosmetic items, and at its current price is actually more affordable than just the base game by itself in most cases. This is the best time to jump into Minecraft Dungeons yourself and give it a try, before the Howling Peaks DLC releases later this year alongside a new Season Pass and a whole future filled with new content.
Zachary Boddy is the Minecraft Expert and a News Writer for Windows Central, Android Central, and iMore. They have been gaming and writing for most of their life, and have been freelancing for Windows Central and its sister sites since 2019, with a focus on Xbox and PC gaming. You can find Zachary on Twitter @BoddyZachary.
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