The new free DLC for Minecraft Camp Enderwood has arrived and is released simultaneously with the new line of Minecraft Creator Series toys.
The free Minecraft DLC Camp Enderwood is now available for download by players who can install them on their copies of Minecraft: Bedrock Edition, which will allow them to try out a new map and create new unforgettable experiences with their friends in the game. Camp Underwood offers bonfires, toasts, physical activity, a creepy forest and mysterious creatures. The new map welcomes campers and visitors with lots of fun activities to enjoy and meet new friends, and the security of the camp convinces them that they can enjoy things like parkour, archery and marshmallow frying without worrying about monsters. However, those who dare to pass by the safety nets of the camp can find other exciting adventures in the forests beyond.
Mattel’s Camp Enderwood Creator Series Toy Line Released Today
Together with the new DLC map for Minecraft, the Camp Enderwood Minecraft Creator Series toy line is coming out. The toy line is full of characters, accessories and stories from the DLC map. Fans who purchase the figure sets will also receive exclusive in-game items, which can be accessed using unique codes in each set. Various roles and characters that you can play in the DLC: Top Athlete, Camp Rockstar, Glamper, Star Child, Gamer, Ska Kid, Craft Lady, Avid Adventurer, Moth Creature, Sunken Spirit and Yeti, among others, will be available for purchase as toys as they are released this spring, and there will be even more of them this summer.
The Minecraft Creator Series toy line was created in collaboration with the creator of Mattel toys. “Mattel is committed to providing fans of our iconic brands with new channels to explore their favorite characters and storylines,” says Mattel Global Action Figures head P. J. Lewis. “In partnership with Minecraft, we are excited to establish new connections between the physical and digital worlds. Camp Underwood is the place where these scary campfire stories are true, and we can’t wait to share them with Minecraft fans.”