Minecraft Dungeons celebrates 15 million players

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Minecraft Dungeons celebrates 15 million players

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Minecraft Dungeons is approaching its second birthday after release, and has perpetually grown since with new updates, DLC, and constant post-launch support from Mojang Studios and Double Eleven. On Tuesday, Mojang revealed that its Minecraft spin-off ARPG has impressively surpassed 15 million players, a new milestone for the title. Starting today, players can participate in the limited-time Festival of Frost event to celebrate the accomplishment.

It has been nearly exactly one year since Minecraft Dungeons crossed 10 million players, and it’s clear Mojang Studios had no intention of stopping there. Since then, the game has released three new DLC expansions and multiple major free updates, including the recent Cloudy Climb update. Now, Minecraft Dungeons boasts of over 15 million players across platforms, warranting the new Festival of Frost event.

The Festival of Frost starts today, Feb. 8, and will last until Feb. 22. During the event, The Tower will be outfitted with frozen-themed floors, players will be confronted with a variety of themed challenges and missions, trials from the earlier Chills and Thrills event will be featured again, and the “Iceologer Cape” cosmetic item will be gifted to any player that logs in during the event.

Alongside the Festival of Frost event and the announcement of 15 million players, Minecraft Dungeons is securing a new patch update across all platforms, which includes a decent chunk of bug fixes and general improvements.

Minecraft Dungeons is available on various platforms, including Xbox, PlayStation, Switch, PC, Xbox Game Pass, and Xbox Cloud Gaming. Minecraft Dungeons has dramatically evolved from the game it was at launch, with a plethora of updates under its belt and more to come. It’s one of the best Xbox games you can play right now, and the Ultimate Edition includes everything you need to get started.

Via Windowscentral