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Mojang And Double Eleven’s latest game, Minecraft Dungeons, officially launched

Sweden-based game developer Mojang (a Microsoft game studio) and UK-based game developer and publisher Double Eleven has officially launched Minecraft Dungeons, the latest standalone game from the hugely successful Minecraft franchise.

As co-developer for the game, Double Eleven’s major involvement in developing console editions, as well as online and multiplayer systems has made Minecraft Dungeons even more accessible to fans all around the world. 

Inspired by classic dungeon crawlers and set in the Minecraft universe, Minecraft Dungeons is an action-adventure game where up to four players can battle together in an epic quest to save the villagers and take down the evil Arch-Illager. You can start your adventure with the Standard Edition ($19.99 USD) of the game or get ready for more action with the Hero Edition ($29.99 USD), which includes a Hero Cape, two player skins and a chicken pet, as well as two future DLC packs, when they become available.

The team is already hard at work on future updates and content. The first two DLC packs included in the Hero Edition are already in production – adding more adventures and challenges in brand new settings. A little bit of a sneak peek into the first DLC expansion of the game, called ‘Jungle Awakens’. Trek through new missions that will take you to the heart of the jungle where you’ll find new weapons, armor and artifacts. This journey is meant for the bravest of heroes, for all twisted vines and paths lead to the source of corruption: the Jungle Abomination.

Minecraft Dungeons is now available on PC, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4.

For aspiring talents looking for a career in game development and the chance to work on exciting projects, Double Eleven is hiring for its Kuala Lumpur studio. Interested applicant may find out more on through this link here.

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