Minecraft Dungeons, the cross-platform dungeon crawler from Mojang Studios is getting a new Hidden Depths DLC on May 26. It will follow the previous Flames of the Nether DLC released back in February, which brought six new missions as well as unique weapons, artefacts, and gear.
There are not a lot of details about the new Hidden Depths DLC right now, though Mojang said that “You’ll have to fight a spreading corruption that has reached the darkest depths of the ocean.” Hidden Depths will the fifth paid DLC for Minecraft Dungeons, and it will be free for owners of the game’s season pass.
In addition to this new DLC, a free update will also add new levels and enchantments to Minecraft Dungeons on May 26. Raid Captains, a new type of enemies will also add more variety to the game’s different levels. “They’re super challenging new enemies that will change the way you play the game,” Mojang said about Raid Captains.
In case you missed it, Minecraft Dungeons finally added support for cloud saves last week, allowing players on Xbox, PlayStation, Nintendo Switch, and PC to use their characters on all platforms. The dungeon crawler also supports cross-play multiplayer and is free to play with Xbox Game Pass for Console and PC.