Providing new challenges and rewards that will change on a seasonal basis, Minecraft Dungeons' newest implementation will allow players to accrue points throughout the season as they play and unlock rewards such as pets, emotes, and cosmetics.
Similar to games such as Fortnite or Apex Legends, the new progression system will include tiers that will be unlocked as players obtain points from completing challenges.
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There will be two separate tracks with their own rewards, one that is free to all players and another that is "premium," requiring a purchase using real-world money.
Minecraft Dungeons: Additional info on the Seasonal Adventures and the Tower
With the first season dubbed "Cloudy Climb" releasing in December, Minecraft Dungeons players will have plenty to accomplish on the way to completing their seasonal progression.
Although it is not yet clear what these challenges may constitute, Mojang has stated that being able to achieve them through various game modes is a vital goal:
"How you achieve it is up to you, whether you dive into an Ancient Hunt, solo an Apocalypse+ mission, or fight foes with friends—the ways to enjoy Seasonal Adventures are endless."
This is good news for Minecraft Dungeons' player base, as progressing through the tiers of the new seasonal rewards progression will probably be time consuming as-is, without additional constraints.
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In addition to the new challenges and rewards, Minecraft Dungeons will be receiving a new location known as the Tower. Inside this Tower's walls, players will receive a fresh character to explore the area with. They will climb its floors and defeat hostile mobs and bosses along the way (with plenty of loot to match).
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Although this may just seem like another level in the dungeon-crawler RPG, completing the Tower actually enhances players' original characters through different benefits.
Mojang has stated that these Tower challenges will rotate and have a set seed, allowing players worldwide to experience the same map.
With so much coming to Minecraft Dungeons this holiday season, there is no better time to dive into the spinoff or return to it after a lapse. Players are ecstatic to experience the first of many seasons of battling foes and piling up loot.
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