Mojang Studios and Double Eleven have revealed a brand new DLC for Minecraft Dungeons. Flames of the Nether will introduce six new missions that can take gamers to the blazing Nether. Alongside the DLC will launch the “most ambitious free update” in the sport’s historical past.
The six new missions in Flames of the Nether will ship gamers to the coronary heart of the Nether by way of biomes that they’ll already discover acquainted, though they’ll not have seen them like this earlier than. Those who’re profitable will discover new artifacts, weapons, and kit. There’ll even be two new skins and the Baby Ghast pet. The premium DLC might be launched on February 24. A worth has not but been revealed though will probably be included in the sport’s Season Pass that was launched in December.
The groups are promising the free replace that can launch alongside the DLC is presently the “most ambitious free update” but. All gamers will be capable of tackle the new Ancient Hunts, procedurally-generated end-game missions that happen all through the Nether. The Ancient mobs inside them will present a troublesome problem however those that handle to beat them will get top-tier Gilded gear and Gold. The latter is a brand new foreign money that can be utilized with a brand new Piglin service provider that can arrive in the participant’s camp. Finally, there may also be some adjustments to the Apocalypse Plus difficulty level. More data is promised on all of these adjustments as the replace will get nearer to launch.
Minecraft Dungeons arrived on PlayStation 4 final May regardless of Microsoft Games Studio being the sport’s writer, one thing folks anticipated to restrict the sport to exclusivity on Xbox One. Since then the sport has obtained a number of DLC expansions and free updates, together with Jungle Awakens, Howling Peaks, and Creeping Winter. As the sport’s present Season Pass contains 4 items of DLC and was launched with Howling Peaks, we will count on a minimum of two extra DLC expansions to be launched for the sport in the future.