Minecraft Dungeons: Creeping Winter DLC, free camp update out now

Minecraft Dungeons: Creeping Winter DLC

Mojang Studios released new content for Minecraft Dungeons today, including the new Creeping Winter DLC and a free update.

Creeping Winter is the second DLC for the game so far. Jungle Awakens launched back in July 2020. And just as Mojang promised last month, there’s also a free content update with daily trials.

Here’s more from the official Minecraft blog:

Look at all that ice. Frozen, glittery, and pranced upon by polar bears. What more do you need? Nothing, but there is more in store for you anyway! When the DLC drops on September 8th, we will also release our free Camp Update! We have removed all the horrifying aspects of camping, like mosquitos and bears, and replaced them with new villager merchants, a blacksmith that upgrades your items, and a gift wrapper for multiplayer trading!   

The free update also includes Daily Trials! You get two new daily trials each day, plus an extra one for each DLC that you have. These trials are also much more fun than the silly legal ones that I am forced to attend. In this case, again not court related, the trials challenge you with higher power levels than normal gameplay. That means these trials are going to be tougher than you may be used to, but they are also weighted to higher rarity levels (a.k.a. better treasure)!


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Minecraft Dungeons and the DLC packs are available now on PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch. The DLC is included with the Hero Edition. Standard Edition players have to buy the DLC.

Watch the launch trailer for the new DLC pack below!

Plan on picking up the new Creeping Winter DLC? Let us know in the comments down below!

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