Minecraft’s next update is soon, along with a season for Dungeons

It’s a huge time for Minecraft fans, as huge updates are pertaining to both the Bedrock Edition of the voxel contractor video game and the spinoff dungeon spider Minecraft Dungeons.

The very first upgrade is Minecraft’s Cliffs & Caves: Part 2, which is likewise referred to as Spot 1.18. It includes brand-new biomes, consisting of snowy slopes and mountain meadows, along with a significant overhaul to cave systems underneath the Earth. Gamers will come across huge caverns much larger than what presently exist in the video game, and mountains will reach much greater into the sky.

Cliffs & Caves: Part 2 is set to be launched on all platforms, consisting of Xbox Series X, Xbox One, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Change, iOS, Android, Windows 10 and Windows 11. The Java Edition of the video game will likewise be upgraded, on Windows, macOS, and Linux.

Some parts of the upgrade that will need to wait, however. The Warden, a giant terrifying enemy who is set to patrol the underworld and deter adventurers, will be delayed until Patch 1.19. Archeology, backpacks, and goat horns are delayed; no word yet on when they’ll reappear.

Meanwhile, Minecraft Dungeons is getting a new Seasonal Adventure called the Cloudy Climb. Cloudy Climb is a free upgrade that includes a brand-new progression system, weekly challenges, and a procedurally generated tower. As players go through these dungeons, they’ll earn Experience Points for seasonal rewards, like cute pets or flashy capes. While the update is free, there will be a paid Adventure Pass for premium rewards through progress. Cloudy Climb up is set to be launched on Dec. 14.

Jobber Wiki author Frank Long contributed to this report.