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Baby Yoda has infiltrated yet another video game

One year since his meme takeover, Baby Yoda continues to show that his influence is as ever-expanding as the galaxy itself. The adorable green creature made his blocky debut In the trailer for Minecraft's new Star Wars DLC pack. And guess what? He's still as cute as ever.

The trailer showcased a ton of interstellar features that will have Star Wars and Minecraft fans gearing up for new adventures. The expansive DLC includes 12 unique planet dioramas all based on settings from A New Hope, The Empire Strikes Back, Return of the Jedi, and The Mandalorian. By the looks of the trailer, Baby Yoda can be interacted with as well.

This isn't the first time the Star Wars mascot has been featured in a game. To promote the second season of The Mandalorian, Star Wars: Squadrons released a small update last month that featured Baby Yoda. Players who bought the DLC immediately got a Baby Yoda bobblehead that could be placed in their in-game cockpit. However, only players who chose to pilot New Republic ships got access to the cosmetic.

Additionally, Star Wars Battlefront 2 mod showed players a more vicious side to the cute alien child. On the PC version of the game, the creator of the mod replaced a skin used for BB-8 with Baby Yoda, allowing him to massacre Stormtroopers across the galaxy. In a montage video on YouTube, the creator showed just how much destructive power Baby Yoda is capable of. Needless to say, it's probably best to steer clear of Baby Yoda when he's on the battlefield — unless you want to face his adorable wrath.

In addition to the out of this world environments, the Minecraft Star Wars pack contains a new map, texture set, UI, soundtracks, and Star Wars-themed character skins to tinker with. From Luke Skywalker to Leia Organa, there are a ton of iconic Star Wars characters that old and new fans alike will recognize. Players will also be able to pilot their own Starfighters, Speeders, and other Star Wars vehicles as they explore recreated battlefields from the Star Wars franchise. The DLC will allow players to travel to these different settings by using a "Hyperspace" feature that rivals the speed of the Millennium Falcon

The price of the Star Wars pack is set at 1,340 Minecoins. For those ready to dive headfirst into this galaxy far, far away, you can purchase the Minecraft Star Wars DLC at the Minecraft Marketplace.