Minecraft: Story Mode S2E4 launches November 7th
Minecraft: Story Mode Season 2’s fourth chapter is scheduled to launch on Xbox One on November 7th. This chapter will continue the action from where it left off at the previous entries, and it will carry over all of the gamers’ choices that have been previously made.
There is also an exclusive trailer released for the fourth episode.
Minecraft: Story Mode is based on the Minecraft video game
Minecraft: Story Mode is a game based on the story of the famous Minecraft video game. The main video game features an open world nature, and the Story Mode is one of the few places where you can experience a fully-realized adventure in the Minecraft world.
Minecraft: Story Mode – Season Two – The Complete Season (Episodes 1-5)
You can get the Minecraft: Story Mode – Season Two – The Complete Season (Episodes 1-5) from Microsoft Store.
The story picks up from where it left after Jesse and the gang have vanquished the Wither storm, saved the world and became super popular heroes.
Now, life became much more complicated in the game. Currently, there are far more responsibilities and less time for adventure. Friendships have started to fade, and this won’t change until Jesse’s hand gets stuck in a gauntlet that belongs to an ancient temple located underwater.
Jesse will embark on a brand new journey together with his old friends, and they will all have to make really tough choices. The adventure will be filled with fun times as well, and there will also be a temperamental llama present.
The game includes access to all of the five episodes, and the episode 1 is already available.
You can get the Minecraft: Story Mode – Season Two – The Complete Season (Episodes 1-5) from the Microsoft Store priced at $24.99. The game also contains in-app purchases.
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