At MineCon 2018, Mojang announced that it would be creating a brand new type of game out of its blocky universe, namely Minecraft Dungeons. The game was apparently slated for a 2019 release, though as the trailer above reveals, this is not the case anymore.
As the name implies, this is dungeon-crawler set in the Minecraft universe, and is Mojang's "first stand-alone title" in the same blocky sandbox universe that started it all. In it, players will be able to personalize their characters in order to be better suited for melee or range attacks and even tanking, all in the quest to take down the Arch-Illager.
Folks will also be able to unlock unique items and weapon enchantments for special attacks, as up to four players will be able to tackle the challenges in the game in local or online co-op.
There are a number of things awaiting folks in deep levels of the game, which is set to arrive in Spring 2020 on Windows 10, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Nintendo Switch. As is usually the case with first-party titles, it'll also be available via Xbox Game Pass.