Minecraft celebrates Stranger Things' second season with an official skin pack
While I nonetheless choose the extra mod-friendly unique Java model of Minecraft, I am unable to deny that Microsoft and Mojang have gone all-in on supporting their revised and (admittedly) better-optimised newer iteration.
The newest addition to the enormously, industry-bendingly profitable crafting and survival sandbox is merely one other skin pack, though this one is kinda cool. They’re celebrating the return of faux-80s horror present Stranger Things with an enormous ol’ sack of character skins.
If you favor your sandboxes rather less blocky, you are spoilt for selection on PC.
The pack consists of an impressively complete set of fifty character fashions and skins encompassing nearly all the most important characters from each seasons of Stranger Things, alongside with their most iconic outfits, as much as and together with the Ghostbusters-themed costumes the youngsters are carrying for the second season.
They even go so far as giving the Demogorgon (an interdimensional horror that the protagonists identify after a Dungeons & Dragons boss monster) two fashions, one with its horrible meat-flower face closed, and one with it splayed extensive, able to chew on some hapless baby. Perhaps a bit intense for the youthful Minecraft followers?
While beauty gadgets for video games not normally my cup of tea, I have to admit that they’ve priced this pack proper at £2.50. You can decide it up contained in the Windows 10-exclusive model of Minecraft, which now helps cross-platform play with a mess of consoles.