Minecraft Update, Chinese Mythology DLC Revealed, Spoilers, And First Trailer - Must See
This year's Minecon or Minecraft convention, started with a bang. The event that is currently held in California just revealed Chinese Mythology Mash-Up Pack.
This is one of the much awaited updates from Minecraft fans. Chinese Mythology Mash-Up is set to debut next week on October 4.
According to the official page of the developers, the narrative says that, players can "wander through the streets of an ancient great city, marvel at the dragons that dwell around the high mountains, contemplate on [their] crafting within a mythical monastery, and just enjoy the view as you walk through fields and discover how mobs would look in ancient China."
Other features of Chinese Mythology Mash-Up Pack includes 41 new skin and catchy 13 music tracks. There's also an additional aspect on the game; which features a new map for Minecraft's Battle in mini-game that debuted last June. Expansion sells for $5 on all game consoles."Just look out for the dragons!" Microsoft said.
Here are some of the things to expect on October 4.
All updates is for free, for all console version of Minecraft as stated by Microsoft.
New blocks: End Bricks, Beetroot, Grass Path, Frosted Ice, Magma, Nether Wart Block, Red Nether Brick, and Bone Block
New terrain generation: You'll find Igloos in Arctic biomes, Fossils buried underground, as well as different village paths and materials
Banners: Make beautiful banners to hang in your bases and spruce the place up
New items: Farm beetroots and keep yourself nourished with some healthy beetroot soup
New mobs: You'll now find polar Bears (and their babies!) roaming frozen biomes
Other Minecraft updates includes a game's Boss update as affirmed by Microsoft in their page. No detail yet on how strong or powerful the new type of Boss is; but it is certainly a must-see.
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