Goat Simulator developer Double Eleven are assisting Mojang on Minecraft Dungeons

Double Eleven will assist Mojang with the console version of Minecraft:Dungeons. They'll also help with the multiplayer system for the game.

Double Eleven, the UK based developer known for games like Goat Simulator has revealed they are working on Mojang’s dungeon crawler in the Minecraft world, Minecraft:Dungeons. Double Eleven will mostly be working on the console versions and the multiplayer systems of the game.

Minecraft Dungeons screenshot – Xbox/Microsoft

Double Eleven is known for console versions for games like Goat Simulator and LittleBigPlanet. More recently they were in the news for becoming the leading developer on Prison Architect for Paradox Interactive. The Middlesbrough studio also has a working relation with Microsoft. Reflected in their work on Crackdown 3.

David Nisshagen, executive producer at Mojang has a few words on Double Eleven’s involvement

“We’re thrilled to have found a partner that shares our passion for creating great games, and we’re looking forward to working closely with Double Eleven to bring Minecraft Dungeons to a wide range of platforms. We’re excited to watch our passion project continue to grow, and Double Eleven’s expertise and dedication will help us create a high-quality experience for our community.”

David Nisshagen, executive producer Mojang

Minecraft Dungeons is set to release in 2020 and will be playable on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch and PC. Oh, and it will come to Game Pass day one too.

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