Mojang continues to work 100% to provide everything for Minecraft fans. May is coming Minimum clay holes, a new Diablo-style zenith-view game. Sometime between spring and summer we will have Nether Update, which has just announced the best places.
A few days ago they revealed what the RTX version would be like in Bedrock Edition, and a few weeks ago the first invitations were sent to Closed Beta for Minecraft Dungeons. This was an opportunity to explore what the game will be like, and you can read the highlights here.
The weekend is to enjoy Minecraft Dungeons
With the beta of this PC game in its offline format, we were able to enjoy it on our own or with friends of some levels found in the final version. With a large amount of artifacts per unit and larger and more complex levels, the game experience is excellent.
Unfortunately, this was not a long-lasting option, as it was only a test to get feedback from users and let it be tested. They never said when it would happen, something they had already solved. It will follow April 20 when we have to wait again.
It should be borne in mind that the final data will not be stored for the final version, and that if we have access to the remaining two days of play, then if we have access, we had better make full use of it. In addition, the crossplay will come in a future update, as more content is expected, a common feature in the first Minecraft game.
In any case, Minecraft Dungeons continues to sell next May 26, so you have to wait a month for your departure. Currently it is possible to save it to Windows 7/8/10 for Microsoft Store (only 10) and no Launcher specific. In addition, we can do the same on the Xbox One basis edition as The star system.