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This page describes content that is a part of the Jungle Awakens DLC. 

Only you can fight back against the snarling overgrowth to free this distant jungle from a mysterious power. The path is perilous – new foes and dangerous puzzles wait in the shade. Find new armour, weapons, and artifacts as you seek to uproot the source of the wicked corruption: the Jungle Abomination.

In-game pre-purchase description

The Jungle Awakens is a paid DLC pack for Minecraft Dungeons, released July 1st, 2020.[1][2][3] It is the first DLC in Minecraft Dungeons and is located in the Island Realms tab. It was also part of the Hero Pass along with Creeping Winter.



The island on which Jungle Awakens takes place.

Jungle Awakens is set in an unnamed tropical island. The island contains jungle trees and vibrant flora in high abundance. On the west side of the island, there is the Dingy Jungle; a small lake, a cave entrance, and an offering platform. To the east is the Panda Plateau, a bamboo forest where a large panda head seems to be built into the terrain. It is likely for the cave entrance to exit out of the panda head, as there is an opening in the mouth. At the top of the island is the Overgrown Temple, an ancient run-down temple upon a hill with decorative waterfalls flowing out the sides. A small beach and several smaller islands appear on the island map, though most of the details listed do not appear in-game.


The following are included in Jungle Awakens:














Mobs that are first introduced by Jungle Awakens:


Mobs that appear in Jungle Awakens but introduced in the Mainland:





Main article: Achievement
Icon Achievement In-game description Actual requirements (if different) Gamerscore earned Trophy type (PS)
Abomination Domination
Complete Overgrown Temple on Adventure or Apocalypse difficulty.50GGold
Jungle Fungus
Defeat the mooshroom monstrosity using only gear unique to the jungle.Defeat the mooshroom monstrosity with only the following items: whip, vine whip, ocelot armor, shadow walker, or corrupted seeds.30GGold
Leader of the Pack
Wear the ocelot armor and complete any mission featuring ocelots without killing any of them.While wearing ocelot armor, complete Dingy Jungle, Panda Plateau, or Overgrown Temple without killing a single ocelot.10GGold
Complete the Panda Plateau secret mission.20GSilver
Survival Skills
Complete Dingy Jungle without using a healing potion or losing a life.20GSilver


Minecraft Dungeons
Dungeons BetaExists internally: DLC jungleawakens inspector teaser poster, island map, jungle poison, panda, parrot, jungle zombie, mossy skeleton, whisperer, leapleaf, poison-quill vine, quick growing vine, whip, and vine whip. Exists internally: DLC title logo, soundtrack, loading screen images for Dingy Jungle, Panda Plateau, and Overgrown Temple. Added Ocelots, Melons, oakwood brews, ocelot armor, shadow walker, and the jungle abomination.
Changed internally: teaser poster design.
May 29, 2020Jungle Awakens officially revealed, with a release date slated for July 2020.
Jun 26, 2020Jungle Awakens release date confirmed to be July 1. Awakens releases. exclusive Achievements/Trophies for Jungle Awakens and Creeping Winter.
Fixed flickering of lowered gates in Overgrown Temple.
Fixed missing audio from the last button of the Dingy Jungle puzzle.
Fixed end door prompt of Dingy Jungle stating "Travel" instead of "Exit".
Fixed Panda Plateau not using loading screen image for Secret Locations. volume of mossy skeleton shooting sounds. over-sized Burning and Hunting effects on leapleaves and whisperers.
Fixed missing sound effects on Panda Plateau cage opening, Dingy Jungle stone heads puzzle. Added Thundering Growth.


  • This DLC was accidentally released early on June 30 for players on Xbox One and Windows 10 through the Microsoft Store.
  • This is the only DLC that doesn't have a Minecraft Dungeons Diaries episode on it. This is most likely because it was released not long after dungeons released, meaning that they didn't have time to make one for it.
  • It was originally believed that the shard of the orb of dominance created the leapleaf and the whisperer. It was found out after rereading the original “Jungle DLC Out Today Page,” that the shard corrupted the two inhabitants rather than creating them.[4]



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