Minecraft Dungeons Jungle Awakens DLC: What We Know So Far?

Minecraft Dungeons is finally available and it’s already amassed a massive player base. The game is pretty interesting and engaging. However, players are already near the end of the game with nothing new left to explore. There are a total of nine stages in Minecraft Dungeons which players can replay with different difficulty levels.

To keep things interesting, Mojang has announced two new DLCs that will be coming for Minecraft Dungeons. These two DLCs are called Jungle Awakens and Creeping Winter. Both these DLCs will now be released at the same time. The Minecraft Dungeons Jungle Awakens DLC will be available at first. And the Creeping Winter DLC will be released later on.

Minecraft Duungeons Jungle Awakens
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The Minecraft Dungeons Jungle Awakens DLC will bring a whole new gameplay experience for players. Players will get new armor, weapons and artifacts. Furthermore, the Jungle Awakens DLC will bring new enemies to the game such as the leapleaf, poison quill vine, and jungle zombie. Of course, as the name indicates, the setting will be in a jungle.

It is expected to arrive in July although Mojang has not given a specific date for when the Minecraft Dungeons Jungle Awakens DLC will be available. The other DLC called Creeping Winter will be available after two months from the release of Jungle Awakens. Hence, players will have plenty of time to complete the Jungle Awakens DLC.

At present, not much is known about the Creeping Winter DLC. However, as the name suggests, it will probably be winter-themed and will also bring new weapons and enemies. Both the DLCs are a part of the Hero Pass. And other players will be able to purchase the DLCs as usual. Until then, those who have already completed the game will have to make do by playing the same stages with different difficulty levels.

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