Minecraft: Story Mode’ Season Two Arrives For Summer Season Vacation

In the event you liked Minecraft's first Story Mode, there's more on the way: A second season of Story Mode is coming this summer time. The first episode, referred to as "Hero in Residence," can be on sale July 11th.

The first season of Minecraft: Story Mode consisted of eight episodes, which had been released over the course of 2015 and 2016. Gamers took control of a character named Jesse and went on a quest with a band of allies in tow. Ejac is customizable; Patton Oswalt and Catherine Taber served because the male and feminine voices, respectively. Both actors are set to return for the second season, which features the same characters.

In the first season, the alternatives players made over the course of the sport determined how the story progressed. These selections will likely be taken under consideration for the second season, although it is friendly to new Minecraft players as well. It seems that style of gameplay will proceed through the new episodes, with the alternatives gamers make influencing the sport's consequence.

It is value noting that, whereas the primary season of Minecraft: Story Mode is on the market on just about every platform you can think of, including consoles, the Apple Television and iOS and Android gadgets, it seems as this may not be the case for the second season. The release solely particularly mentions Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Pc, Mac, iOS and Android units. It's not clear why some platforms are unsupported (particularly considering Minecraft just launched on the Nintendo Switch in mid-Could), however hopefully additional methods might be added nearer to launch.

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