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Minecraft Dungeons was patched on Switch this week, bringing the game to version 1.7.3.0. The update is intended to address a few issues that recently appeared.

Below are the full patch notes:

A new patch has rolled out for Minecraft on Switch addressing a few bugs. Check out the patch notes below.

Ori and the Will of the Wisps, just like the original game in the series, is out now on Switch. Moon Studios surprised fans by announcing and releasing the port as part of a Nintendo Direct Mini: Partner Showcase earlier this year.

In an interview with Nintendo Everything, Moon Studios co-founder Gennadiy Korol spoke more about the experience of bringing Ori and the Will of the Wisps to Switch. Initially, the team was initially unsure if 60 frames per second would be technically possible without a big quality loss. You might be surprised to hear that “even with heavily compromised visuals”, the port was at just 24 FPS in the beginning.

Korol stated:

To end 2020, Minecraft is giving out several new gifts for players.

Content will be distributed from Noxcrew, Pixelheads, Gamemode One, and Jigarbov Productions. Players can look forward to new character creator items and maps over the course of four weeks.

Here’s a trailer promoting the event:

Another “Switch My Way” commercial has gone live, this time for Minecraft. Get a look at an advert for the game below.

Mojang Studios has set a final release date for Mincraft Dungeons’ new Howling Peaks DLC. It will launch on December 8 alongside a free update, the developer announced today.

Here’s a rundown going over what’s included:

Minecraft Dungeons has been updated to version 1.6.0.0. Aside from the new cross-platform play support, changes and fixes have been implemented.

The full patch notes are as follows:

Minecraft Dungeons’ new cross-platform play functionality has gone live. In a new trailer has been released to promote the feature, which we have below.

Minecraft has received a fairly significant update. Version 1.16.100 is live, which mostly features tons of changes and fixes.

Below are the full patch notes:

Minecraft is teaming up with Star Wars as part of its latest DLC mash-up. Fans can get their hands on content from A New Hope, The Empire Strikes Back, Return of the Jedi, and The Mandalorian. The DLC includes a map, a skin pack, a full bespoke texture set, mobs and items reskins, UI treatment, and a licensed soundtrack.

The Star Wars DLC for Minecraft is out now on the official marketplace. We have a trailer for the collaboration below.