BLACKOUT ll is the successor to the BLACKOUT map that we discussed recently and, much like its predecessor, this is a map that doesn’t cease to impress at all because it features all the top-of-the-line gameplay elements that you’d hope to see in a worthwhile horror map. The map takes place in an intricately crafted setting that feels highly immersive from the get-go and, on top of this, it features some extremely well designed gameplay that’s going to keep you completely hooked until you’ve played the map through to the very end and seen every single thing it has to offer.
BLACKOUT ll, similarly to its predecessor, takes place in an abandoned Russian city. The dangers this time around, however, are significantly worse and your skills will definitely be put to the test as you make your way through the map. You wake up in an unknown military location during nuclear winter and you’ll have to survive by avoiding the acid rain and taking down the radioactive monsters that roam the lands. There are various kinds of custom weapons and armor that you can find to help you on your journey and, to top everything off, BLACKOUT ll comes with a phenomenal resource pack that elevates the experience to a whole new level with its top tier visuals and spectacular sound effects.
Compatibility and Technical Aspects
BLACKOUT ll seems to be immaculate on a technical level as there haven’t been any reports of major bugs or glitches that would surface during the experience so your experience with the map is likely going to be a smooth and entertaining one. The map’s available solely for Minecraft 1.12.2, though, so it’s important to ensure that you have the same version of the game in order to avoid technical issues.
All said and done, BLACKOUT ll is a truly top tier horror map that’s going to have you engaged from the moment you start playing to the moment it ends.
How to install BLACKOUT ll Map?
- Press the Windows or Start button, then press R. This will open the Run prompt.
- Type %appdata% into the prompt and run the command.
- A folder filled with other folders will now open. Just find the Minecraft folder among these and open it.
- In .minecraft you will find another folder, saves. Unzip and move your world file into this folder and you’re all done.