- Minecraft Legends is leveling up with its first update, and we're talking game-changing improvements across the board! Plus, they've already amassed a whopping 3 million players since launch!
- ARK Survival Evolved is kicking off summer with a bang, announcing Summer Bash 2023 and teasing some exciting changes for the Genesis Part 2 map! Did someone say new creatures and biomes? Yes, please!
- And finally, Valheim is ready to deliver a double dose of news – both addressing ongoing Xbox console issues and revealing some seriously intriguing new content, including siege engines and Hildir's Quest!
Minecraft Legends has released its first update, which includes improvements to matchmaking, performance and stability, and localization. The update allows players to team up with friends in matchmaking and reduces the starting timer for faster gameplay. The update also fixes several crashes, spawn issues, and audio issues, as well as improving input latency and loading speed. Localization improvements have been made for Arabic, Hebrew, and Japanese languages.
The Minecraft Legends team encourages players to provide feedback and report bugs for continuous improvement. Players can do so through the bugs.mojang.com link. Updates and news on upcoming content can be found on Minecraft.net and @legends_game, while players can discuss strategies and make new allies on aka.ms/LegendsDiscord. The game has already reached over 3 million players in less than two weeks since its launch.
ARK: Survival Evolved
The Community Crunch for ARK Survival Evolved has announced a new limited-time event called Summer Bash 2023, which will include new skins, emotes, and items, as well as a return of previous summer-themed content. The event will run from June 29th to July 13th on all platforms.
In addition to the Summer Bash announcement, the post also highlights upcoming changes to the Genesis Part 2 map, including the addition of new creatures and biomes, as well as bug fixes and quality-of-life improvements. The post also features community fan art and videos, as well as a reminder to vote for the creature to be added to Scorched Earth for ARK: Survival Ascended, with the winner set to be announced in the May 5th Crunch.
The latest Valheim development blog acknowledges persistent issues with the Xbox console version and promises that teams are working hard to solve these problems. However, the blog also reveals new content to look forward to, including sturdy siege engines in the Ashlands biome, guarding fortresses and the creatures who protect them, and new drops to be discovered. Additionally, Hildir's Quest is in its final testing stages, with new mini-bosses, server modifications, and clothing options for players.
The blog also showcases the Build of the Month, featuring a longhouse built by a player and encourages creators to use the hashtag #ValheimBotM to have their work featured. The Iron Gate team invites players to join in on the discussion on their Discord, Reddit, Steam forums, or social media.