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Complete edition of Minecraft: Story Mode dated for Nintendo Switch

Published by Jack Taylor     August 5, 2017     18:35 UTC

Telltale Games have confirmed that the complete first season of Minecraft: Story Mode will launch in Europe and North America later in August in physical and digital formats.

Following in the blocky footsteps of Minecraft: Nintendo Switch Edition, which launched in May, the series returns to Nintendo Switch with Minecraft: Story Mode - The Complete Adventure, which launches on 22 August in North America and on 25 August in Europe.

Featuring all eight episodes from Season One - the five original episodes and the three bonus episodes - the game will be available at retail and as a digital download from Nintendo eShop, where it will cost £39.99 or $39.99 and take up around 4.3 GB of space.

The first season of Minecraft: Story Mode follows Jesse and his friends as they travel across the Overworld and beyond to find the Order of the Stone and save the world from a terrifying force.

Minecraft: Story Mode - The Complete Adventure launches for Nintendo Switch on 22 August in North America and on 25 August in Europe, in physical and digital formats.

Telltale also confirmed today that Minecraft: Story Mode - The Complete Adventure will be available on Nintendo Switch starting August 22, 2017 in North America and August 25 in Europe and other regions. Available as both a digital download and a physical cartridge at retail, 'The Complete Adventure' includes all eight episodes from the first season of Minecraft: Story Mode: five episodes from the original season pass, plus the three bonus episodes from the 'Adventure Pass' add-on series.

In Minecraft: Story Mode, players embark on a perilous adventure across the Overworld, through the Nether, to the End, and beyond. While attempting to enter EnderCon and meet Gabriel the Warrior, Jesse and friends discover that something is wrong... something dreadful. Terror is unleashed, forcing Jesse to set out on a quest to find The Order of the Stone in hopes of saving the world from oblivion.

Source: Telltale Games