Mojang has announced that action strategy spin-off Minecraft Legends will receive no further updates, meaning there won't be any new content, Lost Legends, or Marketplace DLC coming to the game. It's a surprising announcement, considering the game only launched in April of last year. Minecraft itself remains the best-selling video game of all time, with more than 300 million copies sold, so you'd think there would be more interest.
The Minecraft maker revealed the news in a development update: "Since launch, we've listened to community feedback and implemented a series of changes and tweaks to improve the game. With that complete, we will take a step back from development."
Minecraft Legends wasn't a bad game; we just found it to be a bit shallow and repetitive, which is a problem that could have been solved. To its credit, along with Blackbird Interactive, Mojang implemented various updates in the interim, from gameplay tweaks to a more comprehensive Battle View UI. Lost Legends added a monthly challenge (the final one is Snow vs. Snouts).