Minecraft Story Mode – Episode 6 Trailer

Who done it?

Telltale Games Minecraft Story Mode has just received a new trailer for Episode 6: A Portal to Mystery.

Minecraft Story Mode is a episodic interactive, comedy-drama, point-and-click, adventure video game similar to Telltale Games’ other games. The player will collect items, solve puzzles, and talk to non-player characters through conversation trees to learn about the story and determine what to do next.

A Portal to Mystery will see six real-life Minecraft celebrities, such as Captain Sparklez, join our heroic block-builders in a spooky mansion on the trail of a murderer. This ‘who done it?’ episode also will also feature plenty of Easter Eggs for the fans of the YouTube Minecraft celebrities.

With hints in the trailer of a character death as well, be prepared for a shocking ending.

You can get your hands on Episode 6: A Portal to Mystery, June 7th across all platforms.

 

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