Minecraft: Story Mode – Order Up! (Episode 5) Out Now

Finally, Telltale Games releases Episode 5 for Minecraft: Story Mode. Thankfully, this will not be the last episode you will play for this adventurous game. Telltale has already announced that there will be 3 more episodes that will follow later this year. It is impressive what Telltale Games has done with this game and how far it has gone. The new episode is currently available for download on all platforms, and you can purchase it for $4.99 on the mobile platform.

In Episode 5, Jesse & friends will embark on an adventure to an abandoned temple that holds mysterious treasures. Due to being ambushed by former Ocelot Aiden & his crew, Jesse & friends find themselves in a new world called Sky City. After much exploration, they learn that resources are limited and only The Void exists below the known world. After Sky City’s ruler is convinced by Aiden that the New Order of the Stone are merely trouble makers, it comes down to you to prove that you are fighting for a noble cause and carry no evil.

The great news about the latest episode is that Sean Astin is one of the voice cast in Episode 5. Sean is well known for playing the role of Samwise Gamgee in Lord of the Rings, so this is an amazing opportunity to see him act in Minecraft: Story Mode. After the season finale, the 3 extra episodes will take Jesse & friends on more memorable adventures in new worlds. You will need to have, at least, Episode 1 in order to purchase the post-season episodes. Stay tuned with our website for more information on this series. You can watch the trailer for Episode 5 below.

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