Minecraft: Story Mode trailer tells the legend of 'The Order of the Stone'

Minecraft: Story Mode got its next trailer today, telling the story of the Order of the Stone and its conflict with the Ender Dragon.


October is here and that means it's almost time to enter the world of Minecraft for Minecraft: Story Mode. Telltale Games has released the game's latest trailer, which sets up the game's plot and foretells great impending peril.

The latest trailer for the first episode, "The Order of the Stone," introduces the titular Order, telling of their great exploits against the powerful Ender Dragon. It also sets up what's coming, with a new ragtag crew facing new danger, as the remnants of the Order call them into action. Telltale also revealed the voice cast for the Order members themselves, revealing Dave Fennoy as Gabriel the Warrior, Corey Feldman as Magnus the Griefer, Grey Griffin as Ellegaard the Redstone Engineer, and John Hodgman as Soren the Architect.

Telltale will also be holding a massive Let's Play event on the night before the first episode's release. Los Angeles residents can hit the Arclight Cinerama Dome theater in Hollywood on October 12 at 7PM (with doors opening at 6PM) to participate in a theater-wide playthrough of the game's premiere episode.

Minecraft: Story Mode will hit PC, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and mobile devices starting on October 13. Wii U and Vita versions are expected in 2016. Retail versions will also release on October 27.

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