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This page describes content that is a part of the Hidden Depths DLC. 

Official logo for the Hidden Depths DLC.

Official artwork for the Hidden Depths DLC.

A map carelessly left behind by the Arch-Illager shows a suspicious marking in the middle of the ocean. What's hidden behind that horizon?

Hidden Depths Game Files

TURN THE TIDE — Dive into your next adventure with the new Minecraft Dungeons: Hidden Depths DLC! A shard from the Orb of Dominance carried on a dark current now awakens creatures that have long slumbered beneath the waves. It’s up to you to free the tides from the undertow of corruption. Legions of sunken and drowned enemies lurk among the lost treasure, so you must remain vigilant under pressure. The ocean’s natural beauty can distract from the dangers of the deep, but new weapons, gear, and artifacts will make everything go swimmingly.

In-game pre-purchase description

The Hidden Depths is a paid DLC for Minecraft Dungeons released on May 26, 2021, the first year anniversary of Minecraft Dungeons.[1][2][3][4] It is the fifth DLC in Minecraft Dungeons, and takes place in an ocean biome. Showcased at Minecraft Live 2020, it is the third Season Pass DLC after Howling Peaks and Flames of the Nether.

Appearance[]

The Island where Hidden Depths takes place

The Hidden Depths take place underwater, around a small group of islands. Underneath the largest island is a ridge filled with a coral reefs and a shipwreck, on the west and deeper below is an ocean monument that harbors an ancient guardian, and on the east is an underwater volcano surrounded by lava, glowing lanterns, and a large fossil. The missions in the Hidden Depths are huge when compared to other missions, with about fifteen secrets in the Coral Rise alone. There is a cutscene in the abyssal monument in which the ancient guardian breaks through its own lair, and starts the boss fight. It is one of the only boss fights with a cutscene, apart from the Vengeful Heart of Ender, however this cutscene is not a separate movie (like this two), rather than is directly within the mission.

Additions[]

The following is included in this DLC pack:

Achievements[]

Bubble Trouble Feeling Bubbly Glow and Behold Gone Fishin' Iceologer's Revenge Lost Power Save Your Breath Seafood Skewer Turn the Tide

MCD:Armor[]

Artifacts[]

Consumables[]

Effects[]

Heroes[]

Locations[]

Mechanics[]

  • Dashing (an underwater replacement for rolls).
  • Mob remains float upward rather than falling downward.
  • Oxygen bar.
  • Strong currents that push players, similar to the winds from Howling Peaks.
  • Normal projectiles move slower underwater.

Mobs[]

Added[]

Mobs that are first introduced by the Hidden Depths DLC:

Includes[]

Mobs that appear in the Hidden Depths DLC but introduced in the Mainland:

Unused[]

Weapons[]

History[]

Minecraft Dungeons
October 3, 2020Ocean DLC revealed during Minecraft Live 2020 in early development.
May 10, 2021The name for the DLC is revealed to be Hidden Depths and the release date of May 26, 2021.
1.9.1.0Hidden Depths released.
May 31, 2021It was previously the only DLC that did not have an Ancient Mob, but it was confirmed and finally added in the Echoing Void DLC.[5]
1.10.2.0Added Ancient Mobs for the DLC, being the Vengeful Mariner, an ancient Drowned, and the Abyssal Eye, an ancient Guardian.

Trivia[]

  • It is also the first DLC to have more than one new miniboss.
  • Despite appearing in the background of the official poster, the Salmon and the Cod don't make an appearance in the Hidden Depths DLC, rendering them unused.

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