The future of ‘Minecraft’ includes swamps, scary monsters and a Game Pass bundle | Engadget

Just this past August, Mojang said more than 140 million players logged in to play the game, representing a new milestone for the title. First announced at Minecraft Live 2020, the DLC adds the Warden, a new enemy character that is one of the games scariest yet. As in years past, the event saw the studio detail the future of its immensely popular sandbox game. Set to come out sometime in 2022, Mojang promises this latest DLC will change how players explore and interact with the games overworld. As you complete them, youll earn progress towards a seasonal progression track that unlocks rewards like new skins, pets and emotes. In the first half of 2021, Mojang made the decision to split the update into two parts due to the complexity of the included features. At Minecraft Live, the studio said that was the right decision, in part because it allowed the team to take into consideration community feedback.
On Saturday, Mojang held its annual Minecraft Live fan convention. As in years past, the event saw the studio detail the future of its immensely popular sandbox game. And if you're a fan of Minecraft… [+2316 chars]