No Online Matchmaking for Minecraft Dungeons Confirmed Mojang
No Online Matchmaking for Minecraft Dungeons
Mojang has officially confirmed that there will be no online matchmaking for Minecraft Dungeons. This comes as disappointing news to many fans who were hoping for this exciting feature but according to the developer, the dungeon crawler simply was not designed for this.
This news shouldn’t be that big of a blow though because you can still play online with your friends; you just won’t be able to matchmake with randoms.
Mojang also briefly touched on a few other interesting topics like cross-play difficulty scaling. It had already been confirmed that Minecraft Dungeons will not have crossplay active at launch. But Monjong confirmed that it will be coming at a later date.
The developer also said that difficulty, enemy count, and loot will scale depending on the number of players in a session. This serves as reassurance for solo players as they will not be at a disadvantage.
For those who don’t already know, Minecraft Dungeons is an upcoming action-adventure game that is set in the Minecraft universe.
Minecraft Dungeons is scheduled for release on May 26, 2020, and will be available for PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch, as well as in the Xbox Game Pass and Xbox Game Pass for PC.
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Minecraft Dungeons is a diablo-like top-down dungeon-crawler with procedurally generated levels and offering up to 4-player co-op action with a heavy focus on monster-bashing and treasure hunting. Because of that, the game comes with an enormous map.