Minecraft Legends, developed by Mojang Studios and Blackbird Interactive, has announced that the game won’t receive any new content like updates, Lost Legends, or DLCs. The news of the ending development for Minecraft Legends comes within a year of its official launch and two months after the end of the development for Minecraft Dungeons.
Mojang Studios has not given any definite reason for proceeding with the decision and has explicitly mentioned, “We’re now going to take a step back from development.”.
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Embark on a snowy battlefield mission to dismantle an epic piglin base armed with only one redstone launcher.
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Before going off, Mojang has a freebie for its players; the Bright-Eyed Hero Skin. The players can get it from Marketplace.
Even though it’s bad news for existing players, the technical support, functionalities, and features will continue to be operational. Furthermore, the PvP and Co-op mode will remain fully active.
The blog post also mentions that ‘Illuminate your path forward and continue fighting the good fight!’ and ‘We’re going to continue exploring the types of games we’re passionate about and bringing new experiences to the Minecraft universe’.
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