if you have a copy Minecraft: Bedrock Edition or Minecraft: Education Editionnow you can catch a free expansion pack Based on the BBC Planet Earth III. As before Frozen Planet II Experience, this new wildlife documentary DLC allows players to explore five scenarios through the lens of animals – arctic wolves, ocelots, musk oxen, leopards, Cape fur seals, great white sharks, impalas and more.
Basically, be the hunter or be the hunted; You can play both sides, from the Arctic tundra to the Okavango Delta. In the case of the lily pad, you are either the father protecting your cubs from the crocodiles, or you are one of the cubs following your father’s signals. There’s also an activity involving an interesting interaction between supposed insect allies: the wood hopper and the stingless bee, the latter responsible for keeping ants and assassin bugs away from the tree nest.
A new addition to this educational experience is the ‘BBC Planet Earth Field Station’, set in the heart of a pixelated jungle. It serves as a portal to five biomes with additional goodies including soundboards, animal facts and a cinematic album. You can also decorate the place or decorate your avatar using the rewards received after completing each activity.
With the game reaching its 15th anniversary this year, Minecraft has become the best-selling video game of all time More than 300 million copies have been sold until last October. There is also one film adaptation Jack Black and Jason Momoa are reportedly set to star when it hits theaters in April 2025.