Containment Breach is a map that you will definitely need to give a shot to if you’re a fan of parkour in Minecraft and are looking for a map that doesn’t have the same generic settings that we see most times from this particular category. Parkour maps have always been renowned for their intense and engaging gameplay but these maps almost always fall short when it comes to their setting. Containment Breach, on the other hand, is a map that goes against this trend because not only does it have the exceptional gameplay that this map category has always been known for but, alongside this, it also takes place in an intriguing setting that’s going to have you captivated from the moment you start playing.
Containment Breach takes place in a secret facility holding various extraterrestrial specimens and, one day, one of these specimens break free. The specimen could be lethal to the entirety of mankind if it gets out so it’ll be up to you to parkour through the facility in order to reach it and stop it from spreading. The core gameplay of Containment Breach is based on the tried and true parkour fundamentals that have led to so many exciting maps before so you should definitely expect multitudes of challenging jumps that might seem impossible at first but can certainly be executed as long as you keep trying. The map doesn’t really feature any unique parkour gameplay elements that we haven’t already seen before but its intricately crafted setting more than makes up for this minor flaw.
Compatibility and Technical Aspects
Given the fact that Containment Breach doesn’t come with any complex or over the top gameplay mechanics, it’s quite unlikely that it’ll have any bugs or flaws that would surface to hinder your experience. The map’s only compatible with Minecraft 1.12.2, though, so you’ll have to be on the same version of the game if you wish to play it.
All said and done, Containment Breach is a thrilling parkour map with an extraordinary setting and thrilling gameplay that you will not be disappointed with.
How to install Containment Breach 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.