Minecraft: Story Mode – Season Two was an episodic point-and-click narrative-driven graphic adventure video game which is the sequel to Minecraft: Story Mode, released in July 2017 across multiple platforms, with a Nintendo Switch release on November 6, 2018. The game was developed by Mojang Studios, the developer of Minecraft, in collaboration with Telltale Games. Music for the game was composed by Anadel, an atmospheric folk band based in California. The game follows the episodic format that Telltale has used for its previous titles, where player choices and actions have significant effects on later story elements.
On May 31, 2019, it was announced that Minecraft: Story Mode – Season Two would no longer be supported following the closure of Telltale Games. The servers for Story Mode – Season Two were discontinued on June 25, 2019, meaning that the episodes are no longer downloadable.
Anyone who is a fan of the original Minecraft game is likely to be a little bit disappointed by Minecraft: Story Mode – Season Two. this appears to be a classic example of the creators cashing in on the success of a franchise and there is none of the depth and challenge that the first game presented. Although true Minecraft fans will probably still want to take the game out for a spin so that they can reconnect with their favourite characters, there are plenty of elements that could and should be enhanced to provide a more satisfying gaming experience.