Minecraft groups up with the BBC for local weather change-themed Frozen Planet 2 DLC

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Minecraft is stuffed with thrilling journey maps, and the subsequent one is supposed to be each entertaining and academic. Mojang has teamed up with BBC Earth to carry local weather change-related content material to the game.

BBC Earth’s Frozen Planet II is airing now, and this DLC of the identical identify is supposed to assist clarify local weather change ideas to youngsters. “If you’ve ever started a new Minecraft game and spawned in the middle of an ice plains biome, then you’ll know a thing or two about trying to survive in a difficult environment,” the announcement says. This DLC will mirror comparable struggles from the attitude of various animals.

The Frozen Planet II adventures will launch in 5 components on a weekly foundation, from now by October 18. Each of the components places you accountable for completely different animals, beginning with a polar bear, killer whale, and Lapland bumblebee. Each animal’s quest will illustrate their explicit lifestyle. In the case of the polar bear, you’ll be defending your cubs as you cross ice floes — you possibly can see a few of that within the official trailer beneath. Walruses, eagles, leopards, and eagles are promised for future episodes. More areas like “snow-covered forests, frozen peaks and vast continents of ice” will even be a part of the DLC.

As you may anticipate from instructional content material like this, the Frozen Planet II DLC is free. That goes for all 5 episodes. You can seize the primary one for Minecraft: Educational Edition or the usual game from the Minecraft market now.

This isn’t the primary time Minecraft has teamed up with a tv program. SpongeBob SquarePants DLC launched again in July, letting gamers discover Bikini Bottom as SpongeBob and his underwater friends. That will value you 1,340 Minecraft cash if you need it — it’s for youths, nevertheless it’s not an academic piece just like the Frozen Planet II DLC.