Minecraft Dungeons is on its way to consoles and PC however it will arrive a little later than expected. Mojang has announced that the Minecraft dungeon-crawler sequel will be available on PC, Xbox One and Xbox Game Pass, PlayStation 4 and, as announced during the surprise Directs last week, Nintendo Switch.
The Microsoft-owned studio originally planned to launch Minecraft Dungeons in April, but due to coronavirus-related issues "this was not possible anymore. We wanted to ensure the health and safety of our employees, and enable them to provide the best experience possible to you, our players."
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- Minecraft Dungeons (@dungeonsgame), March 31, 2020 Mojang also released some details about the game and revealed that a forthcoming patch will bring cross-platform multiplayer. You'll be able to join with three other players in both online and local co-op modes. The missions are a mix of procedurally generated elements as well as fixed elements which keep the game fresh each time you play but still keeping the story and objectives.
Two versions of Minecraft Dungeons are coming out. Alongside the standard $20 edition, there's a $30 hero edition that includes cosmetic items as well as access to two DLC packs that are on the way.