After everyone was surprised by Palworld at the Tokyo Game Show, the game about cute magical animals that the world has dubbed “Pokémon with guns” It seems that Minecraft joins this trend of adding ranged weapons to its gameplay. On this occasion, Mojang has chosen to incorporate this possibility into its game through a completely free DLC, although it is still striking that they lean towards this type of ideas.
Minecraft is used to surprising, and since Mojang was acquired by Microsoft, constant collaborations with different brands have not ceased at any time, sometimes for the better and other times causing a colder reaction among players, but always bringing a proposal for integration original of different type. On this occasion, the Bedrock edition of Minecraft has incorporated the free NERF World DLC, which allows access to a series of scenarios in which players will be armed with toy NERF blasters and must face multiple challenges that will test their precision.
The DLC will take you to a central room that can be used as a practice tool to accommodate the use of toy guns, and then enter the different terrains and obtain “NERF bucks”, which are used to purchase different types of weapons, including the legendary Ender Dragon blaster.
In this way, players will be able to explore a total of four rooms through the dimensions of Minecraft, three of them being the Overworld, Nether and End arena and with a fourth called the NERF world.
Guns are just one of the many novelties
However, this is just one of the offerings, as in September, Minecraft introduced a DLC based on Dungeons & Dragons, likely influenced by the success of the movie “Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves” and the game “Baldur’s Gate 3,” one of the biggest surprises of 2023.
In addition to this, it is expected that on October 15th, Minecraft will announce a plethora of new features during Minecraft Live. What will it be this time? Hopefully, capybaras.