Minecraft Story Mode
"Minecraft" Story Mode episode 5 will continue the adventure of Jesse and his friends. Mojang

Players of the renowned spin-off “Minecraft: Story Mode” can now continue the adventure following the finale for Wither Storm. Episode 5, dubbed as “Order Up,” will be available for download on all console platforms, PC and mobile-based Android and iOS.

Over at the official Mojang blog, the developer hinted a few details of what the next chapter will be about. Protagonist Jessie and his friends will go to the land of Sky City, which looks to be exactly what the name implies, given the accompanying screenshot above.

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Even better is the confirmation that “Minecraft: Story Mode” Episode 5 is not the end of the season. Three more episodes have been confirmed to arrive sometime in 2016. The only thing to note is that the three extra episodes will no longer be part of the season pass. Players can still buy it so long as they have already downloaded at least one episode from season one of the game.

“We’re not going into detail about the content of those yet, but we can confirm that they’ll be great, and maybe come with a slightly different flavour to the previous season,” said the developer over the Mojang blog. The fifth episode is set to release on March 29.

Elsewhere, it seems that “Minecraft” is really dominating every possible scene. And this includes hosting both in-game and real-life concerts. For the annual The Gathering conference in Norway, “Minecraft” will feature the likes of AlunaGeorge, Lemaitre and Broiler as performers for both versions, Engadget reported.

This is reportedly a first-of-a-kind performance delivered by AlunaGeorge, and one that “Minecraft” players can relive in the blocky game. For this to happen in real-time, volunteers at the concert will be controlling avatars that have been modelled after the performers.

NME reported that there are already billboards and flyers in the game to tease and hype up the concert. Sadly, given server limits, the space to watch the concert will only accommodate anywhere between 2,000 to 3,000 people.

"Minecraft" concert (Credit: YouTube/Heisholt Inc)