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Minecraft Dungeons is adding cross-play support on November 17.
The action-adventure game, which is inspired by classic dungeon crawlers, is playable solo or co-op in groups of up to four people.
Minecraft Dungeons released in May following a short delay due to disruption caused by Covid-19.
VGC’s Minecraft Dungeons review said the game looks the part and the combat is solid enough but criticised the title for being far too short.
“The ten stages can be cleared in just a couple of hours, and if you fail to beat one of them the experience and gear you had will remain in your possession when you start again, meaning that even if you’re struggling to clear a certain level you can eventually brute force your way through by continuing to grind your XP and collecting increasingly more powerful weaponry until you’re strong enough to scythe through enemies.
“The result is an oddly brief experience that feels unfinished to an extent. The fact that there are already two paid DLC packs on the way and Mojang is promising a number of free updates suggest that it expects players to stick with it and keep playing as new content is added.”
Microsoft has since released the Jungle Awakens and Creeping Winter DLC packs. Priced at $6/£5 each, they include new missions, enemies and weapons. A third add-on, Howling Peaks, is scheduled for release in December.