Minecraft Legends Development Ends Final Update Launches

After a little over a year, Mojang has made the announcement that support for Minecraft Legends, the real-time strategy game that is a spin-off of the open-world block-building success, would be discontinued.

In an article that was published on the official Minecraft website, senior creative writer Cristina Anderca provides information regarding the Snow vs. Snouts update, which is currently considered to be the “final” update for Lost Legends. Later on in the message, however, the author provides specifics regarding what will be happening with Minecraft Legends in the future. He states that the team at Blackbird Interactive is going to be taking “a step back from development.”

The game was released for the first time on Switch on April 18th, 2023, which means that it has not even been nine months since it was released. Despite this, Anderca has not refrained from complimenting the support that the community has shown about the game ever since it was released. According to her “Our community has always helped us shape our games and that’s something we value greatly, especially when launching a completely new game.”

Here is a portion of the statement that Anderca made in the blog post, which provides information about the future of Minecraft Legends:

“Since launch, we’ve listened to community feedback and implemented a series of changes and tweaks to make the game better. With that complete, we’re now going to take a step back from development. While we won’t be releasing any new content (i.e. updates, Lost Legends, or Marketplace DLC) for Minecraft Legends, the fun doesn’t stop here. We’ll continue having a blast playing the game alongside our community because those rowdy piglins are showing no signs of slowing down. Plus, we’re leaving you one last freebie: the Bright-Eyed Hero skin, which you can claim now on Minecraft Legends Marketplace. Illuminate your path forward and continue fighting the good fight!”

Snow vs. Snouts is the final upgrade, and it gives you access to a more powerful version of a redstone launcher. You will use this launcher to demolish piglin bases once it is activated. The only thing you have control over is that, not the mobs, not the capacity to create, and nothing else. As a result, it is a little bit different from the other Lost Legend modes.

After receiving more than 2,000 evaluations from players, Minecraft Legends is now ranked as “Mixed” on Steam’s user reviews. It appears that the game has not quite established itself in the same way that other Minecraft IPs have. Additionally, the title did not receive a lot of positive feedback from critics. On OpenCritic, the game presently has a score of 70%, and on Metacritic, it has received an average score of 71 (on Xbox Series) and 65 (on PC).

Additionally, we did not much enjoy the game, and in our review, we gave it a score of four out of ten, describing it as “easily the worst Minecraft spinoff Mojang has produced.” It hurts.

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