Minecraft fans have been waiting anxiously for the sixth episode of the Story Mode, which is called “A Portal to Mystery”. This time, players will meet White Pumpkin, a maniac who’s trying to take them out, but they will also solve mysteries with the help of Stampy Cat, CaptainSparklez, DanTDM, LDShadowLady and Stacy Plays.
Minecraft: Story Mode costs $4.99 and it was developed and published by Telltale Games, not Mojang. In this game, players collect items, solve puzzles and have conversations with characters which suggest them what to do next. The player will take decisions that will change the course of events in the current or upcoming episodes. Minecraft: Story Mode doesn’t have updates, but episodes, and the first one arrived on October 13, 2015 for Windows, OS X, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One, on October 15 for Android and iOS, on January 21, 2016 for Wii U and later it was available for PS Vita. The fifth episode was launched on March 29 and today will be released the fifth episode.
In the new episode, as you’ll see in the trailer we’ll post below, Jesse and her crew will explore a haunted mansion and there will be non-player characters such as Stampy Cat, Stacy Plays, DanTDM, LDShadowLady, and CaptainSparlez, who will give them indications. But they will need to be careful, because in the mansion there’s a murdered called the White Pumpkin, who wears a mask and blue shirt and black leggings. It’s not sure if this character is a male or female, but his or her mission is to kill everyone in the house.
In the previous episode called “Order Up!”, Jesse, Petra, Lukas and Ivor passed through a portal and ended up in a place named Sky City, where they were framed and had to clear their names and to stop an old enemy that threatened to destroy the world. The sixth episode, “A Portal to Mystery”, isn’t included in the season pass, which means that players will spend $14.99 for it.
Below, you can watch the trailer for Minecraft: Story Mode Episode 6:
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