Isolation is a survival map that doesn’t cease to impress at all because, unlike most other survival maps out there, it manages to implement a plot alongside the usual gameplay, and this ends up making the entire experience a lot richer than it otherwise would have been. If you’re looking for a top-tier survival map that features a captivating plot as well as engaging gameplay that can get anyone hooked then Isolation is a map that we highly recommend giving a shot to because it has everything you could want.
Isolation takes place in a post-apocalyptic world in which you play the role of a sole survivor of an ancient civilization. A catastrophe struck your civilization thousands of years ago and, in a last ditch effort, you and another child were frozen inside a capsule to ensure that you wouldn’t be caught in all the chaos. When you awaken, you realize that the other child did not make it and you’re the only one left in a strange place where a massive tree is the only sign of life. You must now figure out a way to survive in this strange place and figure out what happened in all the years past.
The gameplay of Isolation doesn’t really feature any new elements so you should expect a fairly straightforward survival experience that you’ll feel right at home with if you have any prior experience with maps of the sort. One thing worth mentioning is that this map has had an issue of mobs not spawning from time to time but, fortunately, this issue doesn’t happen as often so there’s a good chance that it won’t hinder your experience much. Overall, though, Isolation is a great map that features a very well thought out story and some quality gameplay that you won’t be let down with.
How to install Isolation 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.
Note: Tested and works fine on Minecraft 1.13!