Minecraft: Story Mode May be Getting a Second Season Soon
The episodic story telling that is usually seen in Telltale’s games have stretched from a fantasy world where the Big Bad Wolf is a homicide detective, to an emotional roller coaster within the world of The Walking Dead. Telltale’s formula is one that has worked and continues to work across many different fandoms, including the incredibly popular Minecraft game. Minecraft: Story Mode provided a unique story from the popular game, and it looks like fans can expect a second season in the near future.
The Australian ratings board has posted an entry for Minecraft: Story Mode Season 2, implying that Telltale has been working on the next step for the franchise. The classification was filed on June 2, which could also mean that fans may hear some news in the coming week, during the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3). The classification listing is specifically posted for the first episode contained in the season, which is titled Hero in Residence. The ratings board lists the episode as having mild fantasy themes and violence, which is usually the sign of a “T” rating in the US.
Stay tuned with Don’t Feed the Gamers for more news on Minecraft: Story Mode Season 2. If you haven’t had a chance to play the first season, the first episode can be played for free via the Windows Store on Windows 10 PC. The first season is also available on Xbox One and PlayStation 3, 4, and Vita, as well as Apple and Android devices. If Minecraft your style, the most recent from the developers, Guardians of the Galaxy may be worth checking out.
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