Minecraft Universal Studios Experience

All-New Universal Studios Experience DLC Comes to Minecraft

More experiences are coming soon to Minecraft. Now it’s time to open the blocky gates to the all-new Universal Studios Experience DLC! This is a wild Minecraft adventure map that combines legendary attractions and experiences inspired by Universal Destinations & Experiences around the world, but also throughout the theme parks’ history! They are fun, they are fast, and they are all ready for you to virtually enjoy!

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Now you can go to Universal Studios, right in Minecraft! Fans will start their adventure at the gates of Universal Studios, where Woody Woodpecker will greet them and ask for help restoring the letters on the Universal globe. As they venture forward, they will encounter riveting rides, souvenir shops, amazing mini games, and more marvelous characters like Shrek and E.T.

Minecraft is one of the best-selling video games in history with up to 140 million monthly active players across 20 platforms. At its core, Minecraft is a game about placing blocks and going on adventures.

Minecraft is available on Windows, Mac, Linux, Xbox One, Xbox Series S and X, PlayStation 4 and 5, Nintendo Switch, Fire OS/TV, Android, iOS, Windows Mobile, and Samsung Gear VR.

The big question is: what to begin with? You may feel adventurous and feel ready to take on the treacherous jungle expedition of Skull Island: Reign of Kong, inspired by the ride at Universal Orlando Resort’s Islands of Adventure in Orlando, Florida. You may even be determined to track down a certain giant ape! Although, other creatures live there too so you better watch out. If you like the thrill of running into prehistoric predators, you can always continue to attractions inspired by Universal Beijing Resort’s Jurassic World Innovation Center or Universal Studios Hollywood’s Jurassic World – The Ride.

Or maybe you might start the game by heading into the cursed tomb inspired by Universal Studios Florida’s Revenge of the Mummy. Those who have always wanted to experience the panic of being chased through dark and dangerous tunnels by an ancient mummy will probably find that it will work out great for them as well!

If things get a bit too exciting, you can always cool down aboard the JAWSattraction inspired by the ride at Universal Studios Japan. Although, you might not be sure how relaxing this boat tour is with a hungry shark lurking! It hasn’t been yet confirmed if they have acquired a taste for blocky people… Or go on a time-traveling adventure with Back to the Future – The Ride, inspired by a past fan-favorite at Universal destinations around the world.

Once you’re done with Earth, a thrilling adventure in outer space is waiting for you. E.T.’s home planet is dying and only you can save it. Hop on your flying bike and let’s ride into the starry sky on E.T. Adventure, inspired by the ride at Universal Studios Florida!

But hold up! Between all these attractions hides a quest. Some of the letters have disappeared from Minecraft’s Universal Studios Globe and there’s quite the reward for the explorer who finds them all. Head out on an adventure across the theme park and see if you can find and complete the movie-themed minigames. But beware! Some quests might involve sneaking past a Velociraptor, diving for treasure amongst sharks, and hoverboard racing back in time.

Luckily, there are plenty of characters you may know who can help you, like Frankenstein’s Monster, Puss In Boots, Shrek or even Woody Woodpecker. The Universal Studios Experience DLC is available at Minecraft Marketplace now so grab some churros and let’s go! There’s no other way to experience every Universal Destinations & Experiences theme park around the world in just one day! So, get ready because a hair-raising world of fun awaits.

Are you a fan of Minecraft? What do you think of this new Universal Studios Minecraft experience? Let us know in the comments below.


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