What you need to know
- Minecraft Dungeons is a dungeon crawling game from Mojang and Xbox Game Studios.
- A new developer diary for the game has been released, showing different environments such as tombs.
- Minecraft Dungeons is scheduled to release sometime in April 2020.
- It'll launch into Xbox Game Pass at release.
Minecraft Dungeons is an upcoming dungeon crawler game from Mojang and Xbox Game Studios that is very similar to Diablo but set in the world of Minecraft. Ahead of the game's release, there's a new developer diary going over the different kinds of environments players can expect, as well the challenges Mojang faced in designing levels for both single-player and multiplayer. You can watch the developer diary in the video below.
To learn more about Minecraft Dungeons, you can check out this E3 2019 preview from our Senior Xbox Editor Jez Corden. Minecraft Dungeons is currently scheduled to release sometime in April 2020 on Xbox One, PC, PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch. Like all Xbox Game Studios titles, it's also coming to Xbox Game Pass at launch.
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