Minecraft content while still discovering ways to have even more fun.
PewDiePie started a Minecraft playthrough as part of his "Gaming Week" series but that somehow transitioned into a staple on his channel as millions of viewers wait daily for him to drop his new video.
The YouTuber hasn't disappointed and although he defeated the Ender Dragon during his playthrough, he promised fans he's not close to being done with the game.
In his September 9 video, he discovered something he didn't think was possible in Minecraft. That's right, Pewds learned how to fly using the Elytra and he says the game is greatly improved because of it. The Elytra was added to Minecraft all the way back in version 1.9 of Minecraft in 2016, but this is the first Pewds has learned of it.
At the 1:25 mark in the video, he finally figures out how to make it work and lets out a joyful cheer as he glides towards his town ordering his villagers to get back to work.
After propelling himself across the world with Firework Rockets near the 3:20 mark of the video, he shared his true thoughts about what it's like to fly.
"This is amazing," he said. "This is the greatest day of my life. Look at Meatball! Woo hoo hoo!"
Flying through the world instead of traversing on foot would have greatly sped things up, but better later than never.
It's good to see that even though the credits have already rolled, the Swede is still finding exciting things to do in Minecraft.
There's no telling how much left to find he has to find in the game but if anyone can do it, it's the YouTube king.
Outside of his main series, there's also the series he has going on with fellow YouTuber Jacksepticeye.
The two don't really have a goal they're building towards in terms of conquering the Ender Dragon, but they do have a lot of fun together which is always a good thing for viewers.
PewDiePie recently crushed his 100 million subscriber goal, which he was awarded a special Red Diamond Creator Award, the only solo YouTuber to do so. The Indian music company T-Series also received this honor.