What you need to know
- Minecraft Dungeons is concluding its first storyline today, which has followed the Arch-Illager and the Orb of Dominance.
- The 'Echoing Void' DLC finale is now available to purchase and through the Minecraft Dungeons Season Pass
- The DLC expansion takes Minecraft Dungeons players to The End and includes a ton of new content and features.
- Minecraft Dungeons Ultimate Edition is also now available, which includes all previously released DLC and expansions in one bundle.
Minecraft Dungeons released under a lot of scrutiny as Mojang Studios' first proper attempt to extend the "Minecraft" franchise into other video game genres, and since then has gone from success to success. Minecraft Dungeons has released numerous DLC expansions and free updates to massively expand and evolve the game, making it an entirely different beast than it was at launch. Today, Mojang Studios concludes the first story in Minecraft Dungeons, which follows the Arch-Illager and the terrible Orb of Dominance, with the release of Minecraft Dungeons' Echoing Void DLC.
Echoing Void takes Minecraft Dungeons to The End for the first time, a fitting destination for an action-packed finale, and has players take on an army of new enemies, equip tons of powerful gear and artifacts, and solve brand-new puzzles to progress. Echoing Void, like other DLC expansions before it, also comes with a free update that adds new content like the secret "Gauntlet of Gales" mission and new enchantments for all players.
Echoing Void is now available for all players today, either as a standalone purchase, through the Minecraft Dungeons Season Pass, or through the newly released Minecraft Dungeons Ultimate Edition.
The Ultimate Edition, as the name implies, is the ultimate collection of everything Minecraft Dungeons has accomplished. In one value-driven bundle, players can gain access to absolutely every single DLC released for Minecraft Dungeons so far, including the base game and Hero Pass DLC, and all six premium expansions like Echoing Void. If you already own Minecraft Dungeons, or play through Xbox Game Pass or Xbox Cloud Gaming (xCloud), you can pick up the Ultimate Edition Bundle to gain all the benefits but at an even more ridiculously affordable cost.
While it may seem like it's the end (pun intended) for Minecraft Dungeons, Mojang Studios has stressed that there's more to come for their franchise-expanding action-RPG debut title, so stay tuned to hear more about what's in Minecraft Dungeons' future. For now, you can pick up Echoing Void for a new Minecraft Dungeons adventure, or the Ultimate Edition to complete the collection, below.
With its unending support and constant updates, Minecraft Dungeons has quickly elevated itself to become one of the best Xbox games you can play, especially for Minecraft fans. Especially if you love to play games on your phone, however, Minecraft Dungeons is one of the best Xbox Game Pass games, as it supports full touch controls when played with Xbox Cloud Gaming.
Everything Dungeons and more.
Minecraft Dungeons has released a ridiculous amount of content since its launch, and now players can gain access to it all in one fell swoop with Minecraft Dungeons Ultimate Edition, a value-driven bundle that includes the base game, all six DLC expansions released so far, and the Hero Pass DLC. If you already own Minecraft Dungeons, you can also get the Ultimate Edition add-on for all the DLC.
The thrilling conclusion.
The first chapter of Minecraft Dungeons' action-packed story concludes with Echoing Void, which takes the action-RPG to The End and gives players new foes to fight, new loot to discover, and new puzzles to solve. Echoing Void is the last DLC in the Minecraft Dungeons Season Pass, and is included in the Ultimate Edition.
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Zachary Boddy (They / Them) is a Staff Writer for Windows Central, primarily focused on covering the latest news in tech and gaming, the best Xbox and PC games, and the most interesting Windows and Xbox hardware. They have been gaming and writing for most of their life starting with the original Xbox, and started out as a freelancer for Windows Central and its sister sites in 2019. Now a full-fledged Staff Writer, Zachary has expanded from only writing about all things Minecraft to covering practically everything on which Windows Central is an expert, especially when it comes to Microsoft. You can find Zachary on Twitter @BoddyZachary.