Jakob’s KitPvP is a top tier map that aims to provide players with a straightforward, engaging and highly immersive PvP experience in which their skills are sure to be put to the test. A lot of PvP maps tend to rely on gimmicks in order to make their gameplay feel exciting and engaging but Jakob’s KitPvP doesn’t really come with any out of the ordinary elements but, nonetheless, provides an exhilarating and engaging PvP experience because it’s absolutely loaded with content for players to enjoy and, overall, provides a well balanced and intense PvP experience.
The gameplay of Jakob’s KitPvP is pretty straightforward as all you have to do is choose from one of the 32 different character kits available and then charge into battle with whatever weapons and equipment that particular kit provides you. Each individual kit has a completely unique design and the terrain of the map is extremely well designed and leads to a lot of dynamic PvP moments. Jakob’s KitPvP also allows players to rack up as a battle progresses by annihilating their opponents and there eight different ranks that you can acquire if you’re good enough and can outplay any opponent who comes your way. The kits themselves are very balanced and no kit has clear strengths over any other kit so the experience always feels engaging as you can be certain that no one is going to win simply based off what kit they chose.
Compatibility and Technical Aspects
Other than being extremely fun to play, Jakob’s KitPvP is solid on a technical level as well. A lot of PvP maps have minor hiccups here and there so it’s truly incredible how Jakob’s KitPvP seems to be completely immaculate on a technical level. The map is available for version 1.14.4 of Minecraft solely, though, so you’ll need to ensure that you have the correct version of the game before playing it to avoid compatibility troubles.
Overall, Jakob’s KitPvP is a highly engaging PvP map that stays true to traditional PvP fundamentals and provides a pretty stellar experience.
How to install Jakob’s KitPvP 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.