As The Last Airbender and The Legend of Korra are now being included in an upcoming DLC pack, The Avatar Legends are now blending with the enduringly well-liked blocky landscapes of Minecraft. This is made possible through a formal partnership with Minecraft, which will be made available on their marketplace on December 6. To the delight of fans of both Minecraft and Avatar, the DLC was announced via the official Minecraft Twitter account.

The Avatar Legends DLC will offer exciting in-game content in Minecraft

Not a lot of information is presently accessible. But based on the announcement, it appears that we will be receiving at least four new skins. These skins are all based on the Avatar franchise’s Kyoshi, Roku, Aang, and Korra characters. We’ll most likely see more in the DLC when it becomes out, as is customary with these partnerships. For anime series aficionados, who will be able to display their favorite parts, the skins alone make it worthwhile.

Such DLCs have been common in the past, with notable examples being the addition of the Angry Birds and the Piggies, Sonic the Hedgehog, Ice Age, and, most recently, the Soccer Celebration DLC, which was released to commemorate the FIFA World Cup 2022.

This one will probably be paid as normal and cost Minecoins. The DLC will be made available on the Minecraft Marketplace on December 6, so anyone interested should block that day off on their calendars. Since Avatar has the largest and fastest-growing community, there is little question that this will become a huge hit. Hopefully, the experience this offers is worthwhile for the money that players spend.