The acclaimed Minecraft Dungeons is reportedly receiving a rather big update on Xbox One that should fix some of the stability problems the title has been experiencing. The team of developers has tried hard to enhance the balance of the game, and the new Minecraft Dungeons 220.127.116.11 patch, should address the annoying flaws and crashes some players have encountered.
The report was made on Reddit by Mega-Spud, the new Mojang Studios Community Manager. Although there is no lengthy changelog to see, we can also presume that the team of developers also included some overall enhancements and bug fixes in the update, making the title a more immersive and stable experience for its millions of players across the world.
Here are the complete changes made for Xbox One, straight from the official patch notes post:
- Improved stability
- Fixed an issue that caused the Corrupted Cauldron not to spawn in the Soggy Swamp mission during online multiplayer
- Fixed an infinite loading screen when accepting a game invite while the title was suspended during online gameplay
- Fixed a crash that could occur when joining local multiplayer
There are probably no new features packed in the patch, but considering the nasty bugs some players have experienced, the fix should be enough for now. The team has also released some changes for Nintendo Switch, including improved data collection to help developers detect game crashes, and fixed the wrong naming across all languages.
Minecraft Dungeons has been rocking the boat with its addictive gameplay and incredibly deep content, and it looks to get even better in the future. For instance, the Hero Edition of the game is going to feature at least two DLC packs expected to be released relatively soon. The two builds are named ‘Jungle Awakens’ and ‘Creeping Winter.’ According to a recent leak, the first DLC is scheduled to launch in July 2020, while the second has a planned release date of September 2020.
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