The strategy title’s first update is also available, improving performance on Nintendo Switch and matchmaking while fixing crashes.
Blackbird Interactive’s Minecraft Legends may not have earned the most critical praise, but it still did above average . Nevertheless, it is Minecraft-related, and on Game Pass, so it’s no surprise that Mojang has reported over three million players since launch.
The first update is also available, adding several improvements to matchmaking. The timer for starting a matchmade game is ten seconds instead of 60, and matches start “much faster” when a public lobby has six players. Magma Cubes also won’t spam annoying audio when hitting other units.
Other fixes are available for crashes during gameplay, when the game launches, when the Campaign starts, and more. Nintendo Switch players can also rejoice because input latency and the speed of world loading have been improved, on top of other performance improvements. Check out the full patch notes below.
Minecraft Legends is available for Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, PS4, PS5, PC and Nintendo Switch.