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Minecraft Dungeons is an action-adventure role-playing video game developed by Mojang Studios, Xbox Game Studios, and Double Eleven. It was released on May 26, 2020, for Windows, Xbox One, Xbox Game Pass, Nintendo Switch, and PlayStation 4. The base edition of the game is available for US$19.99 (€19.99, £16.74, AU$29.95), and the Hero Edition for US$29.99 (€29.99, £24.99, AU$39.95), which includes the Hero Pass, which includes a cape cosmetic for your hero, and a chicken pet, as well as free access to the future DLC that are coming soon.
The game supports up to four players and features various new weapons, items, and mobs, as well as a variety of environments to explore and an overarching quest that will see players face off against a main antagonist, called the Arch-Illager.
The game has specific quests and locations, along with procedurally generated elements. The player is not restricted to one class, and can pick up more armor or weapons and use them. Players will not build or mine because the game is focused on action/adventure. The game takes place both above ground and below. Players can re-play levels they have previously beaten. There is a camp "hub world" that takes place in part of the tutorial level, Squid Coast. Levels are procedurally generated, and Mojang was considering using world seeds.
Players can choose their avatar from a variety of skins provided, with more to come as paid DLC. Character creator skins and skins purchased in vanilla Minecraft will not be available for use in Dungeons.
The Character is the person that the user controls in the game. When creating a character, the user can choose a cosmetic skin that they will use throughout the game (Note that it is also possible to change the skin at any time on the character select screen).
When creating a character all loot, levels, and progress gained will only stay on that character and will not carry over into other characters the user creates.
See Locations for further information.
When starting up the game for the first time with a new character, the player will begin at Squid Coast. They then progress through the other locations, such as the Creeper Woods, until they have completed all levels. Sometimes a location can generate a room that allows access to a secret location, such as Creepy Crypt. Other levels can be accessed by proceeding through the levels normally, such as Pumpkin Pastures or Redstone Mines.
See Item for further information.
Weapons are tools and items that can be used to damage entities with either melee or ranged attacks.
Armor is used to protect the player from damage and provide stat boosts.
Artifacts are objects that the player can use to gain a significant power-up, damage foes, or heal allies.
There are three types of enemies the protagonist fights in the game: Mobs, Mini-bosses, and Bosses.
Killing these enemies gives the player experience and they often drop emeralds, consumables, and items.
Minecraft Dungeons is set in the same universe as Minecraft. Unlike Minecraft, which is a sandbox, the game features a linear, story-driven campaign, and cutscenes. The opening cutscene tells the story of a homeless Illager named Archie, who was rejected by all those who met. One day, he stumbled upon a powerful artifact known as the "Orb of Dominance," which granted him great powers but also corrupted him. The power-hungry "Arch-Illager" then sought vengeance on all those who wronged him, and soon subjugated the world with his new army, raiding villages, forcing villagers to work as slave labor, and leaving only chaos behind. It's now up to the player to stand up against the Arch-Illager's tyranny and become a hero in order to defeat him and save the world.
The player explores various locations in their quest to stop the Arch-Illager, fighting his army and completing quests in order to pass on to the next level. Ultimately, they face the Arch-Illager in his castle, defeating him and destroying the Orb of Dominance in the process, which frees Archie from its influence. Afterward, they show kindness to Archie, much to his surprise, and together they celebrate that evil has been defeated and the world saved, though the Orb is later shown to be rebuilding itself.
The game was announced at MINECON Earth 2018. It appears as a visually enhanced version of the base Minecraft game, but has a different gameplay style. The game is inspired by classic dungeon crawlers. On September 17, 2019, Double Eleven announced that they are assisting Mojang Studios and Xbox Game Studios with development, particularly with multiplayer and the console versions.
Minecraft Dungeons was given an April 2020 release date in November 2019, though this date was delayed to May 26, 2020, due to the outbreak of COVID-19. The closed beta for the game ran from March 25 to April 24, 2020. Minecraft Dungeons, in either the US$19.99 (€19.99, £16.74, AU$29.95) Base Game/Standard Edition or the US$29.99 (€29.99, £24.99, AU$39.95) Hero Edition (includes Hero Pass), is available on Windows, Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch.
The game's environment uses the Bedrock Codebase.
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Minecraft Dungeons: The Rise of the Arch-Illager is an upcoming novel by American author Matt Forbeck. It is scheduled to be published by Del Rey Books on July 7, 2020.
Minecraft Dungeons had its first guide book released on May 26, 2020, called "Guide to Minecraft Dungeons: A handbook for heroes". On July 7, 2020, a background story on the origins of the Arch-Illager called Minecraft Dungeons: The Rise of the Arch-Illager will be published.
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A preview of the Desert Temple area in Minecraft Dungeons.
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Another preview of Minecraft Dungeons.
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The Redstone Monstrosity as seen in the gameplay reveal trailer.
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The Fiery Forge as seen in the gameplay reveal trailer.
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The Desert Temple as seen in the gameplay reveal trailer.
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Valorie, in the Creeper Woods as seen in the gameplay reveal trailer.
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Valorie attacking a skeleton, in the Creeper Woods as seen in the gameplay reveal trailer.
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The Great Hammer being equipped as seen in the gameplay reveal trailer.
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The Corrupted Beacon being equipped as seen in the gameplay reveal trailer.
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A player reviving Valorie as seen in the gameplay reveal trailer.
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The Key Golem as seen in the gameplay reveal trailer.
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Soggy Swamp as seen in the gameplay reveal trailer.
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Pumpkin Pastures as seen in the gameplay reveal trailer.
- "Minecraft: Dungeons is made in the Unreal Engine" – PCGamesN, June 11, 2019.
- minecraft.net/dungeons – March 31, 2020
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- "User Downloading Minecraft: Dungeouns Beta" – Twitter, April 1, 2020.
- Minecraft: Dungeons announced for PC - IGN, September 29, 2018
- "Minecraft: Dungeons – Mojang unearths a bit more info" – GameInformer, May 17, 2019.
- "Minecraft Dungeons: Opening Cinematic" – Minecraft, September 29, 2019 – via YouTube
- Mojang announces Minecraft: Dungeons - Polygon, September 29, 2018
- "Announcement: Minecraft Dungeons" – Double11.com, September 17, 2019.
- "Minecraft Dungeons live demo! Release month! Cows!"
- "Minecraft Dungeons launching May 26" – Minecraft.net
- “A big thanks to everyone who participated in the Minecraft Dungeons closed beta! We'll be closing the feedback and bug categories for now but we'll see you again come May 26th!” – @mattgartzke, 24 Apr 2020