I am hopelessly in love with Mojang's passion project, Minecraft Dungeons. After several hours in the fairly limited closed beta, I simply can't put it down. Here's why I think Minecraft Dungeons is set to be a special entry in Microsoft's growing Xbox Game Studios portfolio.
Minecraft Dungeons has a release date of April 2020, but it seems like the game may be delayed due to the coronavirus outbreak. Hopefully, the developers will stay safe and healthy while governments around the world can hopefully contain the pandemic.
Today, the development team released a new video showcasing gameplay and discussing Minecraft Dungeons' mechanics. You can take a look at it here. Just like all Microsoft Exclusives, it's going to be part of Xbox Game Pass at launch.
Minecraft Dungeons is an upcoming Diablo-like action game that gives players a new type of experience. While the visuals are essentially those found in Minecraft, the lighting has been upgraded. While we still don’t know much about the title, we got a better sense of it today.
Minecraft is a creative sandbox game set in a 3D world developed by Mojang and Microsoft. Building, exploration, combat, crafting and resource gathering are all part of it and it's become a global sensation. Minecraft also belongs to Microsoft now, since the Redmond giant acquired Mojang in late 2014. It's also one of the few video games on the market that can boast true cross-platform...
At E3 2019, the biggest surprise for me wasn't Gears, Halo, or even Keanu Reeves (but okay, that was a pretty big surprise). Instead, it was Minecraft Dungeons. Here's why it is now my most-anticipated game.
Minecraft Dungeons is an upcoming action RPG from Microsoft and Mojang, taking cues from the likes of Diablo III. In Minecraft Dungeons, you'll battle across various familiar blocky biomes fighting all sorts of monsters, new and old, as you quest to save the realm from the Arch-Illager.
One of the biggest surprises from E3 2019 was the reveal of Minecraft Dungeons. Many assumed that it would be Minecraft in an enclosed space — played through the first-person perspective — but it turns out that it’s a top-down dungeon crawler along the lines of Diablo. Players have amazing abilities with which they can decimate foes.