If you've been wanting to check out Minecraft Dungeons but you've been holding out for a Steam release, you're in luck. A Minecraft Dungeons Steam launch is just around the corner; the game is hitting Valve's platform next month.
What will the Minecraft Dungeons Steam release bring?
The Minecraft Dungeons Steam is getting will be pretty much the same as the Xbox and Microsoft Store versions, albeit with some tweaks in terms of how you can actually buy it. Two versions of Minecraft Dungeons will be available via Steam: the regular edition and the Ultimate Edition. The former will set you back $19.99 and will consist only of the base game, while the Ultimate Edition packs in all six DLCs plus some lovely arty extras and a soundtrack. That version will cost $39.99.
When Minecraft Dungeons does arrive on Steam, the team will be discontinuing some of the versions of the game previously on sale. The Hero Edition, the Hero Pass, and the Minecraft Dungeons Season Pass will all be retired from sale on August 31st. Physical versions will be available until stock depletes, after which point there won't be any more copies of those versions. However, if you're a physical kind of player, don't worry. There will be a physical version of the Minecraft Dungeons Ultimate Edition for you to buy, and it'll set you back just as much as the digital one.
When is the Minecraft Dungeons Steam release date?
You'll be able to play Minecraft Dungeons on Steam starting from September 22nd. That's when both the base game and the Ultimate Edition will land on Valve's storefront. If you want to, you can wishlist the game right now. Here's a quick rundown of everything you'll get if you decide to pick up the Minecraft Dungeons Ultimate Edition on Steam.
- Minecraft Dungeons base game
- All six DLC packs (Creeping Winter, Howling Peaks, Flames of the Nether, Hidden Depths, and Echoing Void)
- Digital artwork from the game and DLC
- Digital soundtrack with over 200 tracks
Will you be picking up Minecraft Dungeons on Steam? Have you already played it to death on PC or Xbox? Let us know in the comments below!