Minecraft Dungeons: Echoing Void Unfolds the Final Chapter

Minecraft Dungeons: Echoing Void unleashes the final story chapter. Venture into The End, home of the Endermen, to stand against new threats. Take on new enemies, earn legendary gear, or test your might in the Gaunlet of Gales mission. Can you persevere through the trials ahead?

Minecraft Dungeons: Echoing Void Unfolds the Final Chapter

With the launch of Minecraft Dungeons: Echoing Void, the final chapter begins. Formidable foes are unleashed as you delve into the mysterious realm of the Endermen. Legendary gear awaits you in challenging new missions. The update also brings some free content alongside the paid DLC.

Minecraft Dungeons: Echoing Void gives all players access to a bunch of new enchantments for free. They can also put their dungeon-crawling might to the test in the Gauntlet of Gales mission. This maze is designed to test your cunning and endurance. Should you persevere, you have a chance of getting special artifacts. Previously, these could only be acquired in the Howling Peaks DLC.

Minecraft Dungeons: Echoing Void – Official Launch Trailer

Minecraft Dungeons: Echoing Void Paid DLC

Beyond the stuff mentioned above, Minecraft Dungeons: Echoing Void adds a bunch of other goodies in the paid DLC. In total, this update adds a lot of goodies beyond just the free ones.

  • Three new missions
  • Six existing missions expanded with new Endersent dungeons
  • All-new mobs and enemies
  • New weapons, armor, and artifacts
  • Two new skins and a pet

On its own, the Minecraft Dungeons: Echoing Void DLC will cost you $5.99. This is the standard price for all of the DLC packs. However, if you are a new player and want to get all six, there is the cheaper Ultimate Edition of the game for $39.99.

Check out the change log for a full list of new weapons, armors, artifacts, and more. They also have a DLC FAQ available. It says you can play online with players who have the DLC even if you don’t. However, the DLC is required for playing the new levels in your own game sessions.

As you probably know, Minecraft has some action of its own going on. They recently released the first part of the Caves & Cliffs update. Minecraft also enjoyed a new monthly users record in May.

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