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Minecraft Dungeons gets cross-platform multiplayer next week

Minecraft was one of the first games to push cross-platform multiplayer between consoles, PC and even mobile. Minecraft Dungeons launched without cross-play multiplayer, but that will be changing later this month.

Earlier this year, Mojang announced that a future update would bring cross-platform multiplayer to Minecraft Dungeons, but no date was given. Today, that changed, with a November 17th date given for the update.

As we can tell from the tweet above, that means friends across PC, Xbox One, PS4 and Nintendo Switch will be able to play together, teaming up and taking on challenging dungeons.

With the Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S consoles now also out in the wild, those consoles will be included too.

KitGuru Says: I've been enjoying Minecraft Dungeons on the Nintendo Switch recently. Have many of you played this at some point since launch? Will you be grouping up with any friends from other platforms?

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