Minecraft's spin on a dungeon crawler has been flying since it released. Minecraft Dungeons has been receiving consistent updates for quite some time now and it was recently announced that the game will now get Seasonal Adventures!

The Cloudy Climb will begin this new chapter for the game as the first season - and it's kicking off soon.

Here's what you need to know about Season 1 of Minecraft Dungeons' Seasonal Adventures!

Release Date

Cloudy Climb is going to release worldwide to players on December 14th, 2021, and will be one of the most anticipated updates the game has ever seen.

Features And Content

The journey continues as Seasonal Adventures—free, themed events—up the ante in Minecraft Dungeons. Join weekly challenges to earn Adventure Points and work towards unlocking exclusive rewards, through an all-new progression system.

Rewards change with each new season and include everything a blocky hero might need: from precious pets and fashionable flairs to emphatic emotes and captivating cosmetics.

How you achieve it is up to you, whether you dive into an Ancient Hunt, solo an Apocalypse+ mission, or fight foes with friends—the ways to enjoy Seasonal Adventures are endless.

The game will also receive a new location called 'The Tower'. Inside, players receive a fresh character to explore the area with. They will climb its floors and defeat hostile mobs and bosses.

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Patch Notes

In the leadup to the update, they've posted a brief look at what players can expect when the new patch arrives.

This can either be viewed on the official Minecraft Dungeons site, or down below for easier reference.

"There’s plenty of reason to be excited! Cloudy Climb will introduce new, free content that includes an all-new progression system, weekly challenges, and a looming tower that – whether you like it or not – loves to rearrange itself whenever it gets an opportunity. Typical procedurally generated tower behavior, but also the perfect place to test your skills and to acquire Adventure Points!"