Minecraft Legends Deluxe Items Missing

If your Minecraft Legends deluxe items are missing, don’t worry, there is a solution. Most likely, you just haven’t gone through the proper steps to obtain and equip them. In this guide, we are going to explain where to find the missing skins in Minecraft Legends and more.

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minecraft legends deluxe items missing
Minecraft Legends Deluxe Items Missing

Where to Find Missing Deluxe Items in Minecraft Legends

Before we explain where to find and how to get the missing deluxe items in Minecraft Legends, there is one thing we have to mention. If you’re playing the game on the Xbox Game Pass for free (well, for the price of the subscription), you’ll only have access to the Standard Edition. So, if that’s the situation, then you can unfortunately forget about the deluxe skin pack. Don’t be too bothered about it, because they have no effect on the actual gameplay. You’re not missing out on anything. If, on the other hand, you have purchased the Deluxe Edition and can’t locate the skins, then we’re in a situation. Don’t worry, there is a solution.

So, the first step to get your Minecraft Legends missing deluxe items is to make sure you’ve downloaded the DLC pack separately. Next, start the game up and open the Marketplace from the main menu. In this section, you can find your inventory and the DLC that should be marked as Owned. If it’s not there, then you might have to restart the game; that seems to solve the problem for the majority of players. By the way, you can switch your character skins out using Switch Hero button at the bottom of the main menu. Same goes for mount skins. Reminder: the Deluxe Edition of Minecraft Legends comes with one hero skin and four mount skins, with one more mount skin coming later down the line. You can purchase the pack separately, but it will cost you fifteen instead of ten bucks.

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