Mojang has announced that support for Minecraft Legends, the RTS spin-off of the open-world block-building phenomenon, is ending after less than a year.
In a post shared on the official Minecraft website, senior creative writer Cristina Anderca shares details on the now “final” Lost Legends update, Snow vs Snouts. But later on in the post, the writer details just what’s happening with Minecraft Legends in the future, stating that the team at Blackbird Interactive is going to be taking “a step back from development.”
The game launched back on Switch on 18th April 2023, meaning the game hasn’t even lasted for nine months. However, that hasn’t stopped Anderca from praising the community’s support since the game’s launch. She states “Our community has always helped us shape our games and that’s something we value greatly, especially when launching a completely new game.”
Here is part of Anderca’s statement from the blog post, detailing the future of Minecraft Legends:
“Since launch, we’ve listened to community feedback and implemented a series of changes and tweaks to make the game better. With that complete, we’re now going to take a step back from development. While we won’t be releasing any new content (i.e. updates, Lost Legends, or Marketplace DLC) for Minecraft Legends, the fun doesn’t stop here. We’ll continue having a blast playing the game alongside our community because those rowdy piglins are showing no signs of slowing down. Plus, we’re leaving…
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