Defeat the Concrete is a pretty standard Minecraft parkour map that’s sure to give players an immersive experience. This is a map that’s recommended for veteran players only because some of its jumps and sequences can actually be quite challenging. If you’re a newcomer to the parkour category, you’ll eventually be able to make it through the map but you will most likely die quite a bit before you actually succeed so we recommend steering clear of the map until you’ve gotten yourself familiarized with the core mechanics of parkour maps. On the other hand, though, Defeat the Concrete is a map that you shouldn’t pass up on if you’re a seasoned veteran who’s looking for a challenge.
The Defeat the Concrete map comes with a total of 16 different stages and each one of these stages feels more challenging than the last. The goal is to eventually make your way up to the monument and complete it and, while this might sound like a fairly simple task on paper, it’s actually a lot more challenging than it seems because there are tons upon tons of challenging jumps that you’ll need to make your way through before you can complete it. A few of the jumps might seem impossible to some players but, rest assured, they’ve all been tested so they’re all possible as long as you execute them properly.
The Defeat the Concrete map comes with its own resource pack as well that makes the visual experience significantly more immersive than it normally would be. The map also supports multiplayer so, if you want to run through it alongside a friend, you’ll have the option to do so. One thing worth remembering is that the resource pack needs to be installed manually if you play multiplayer so you’ll have to pass it along to all your friends who are playing. Overall, Defeat the Concrete is an engaging parkour map that’s sure to give parkour professionals an engrossing experience.
How to install Defeat the Concrete 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.