Fans of Team Fortress 2 and the Minecraft Team Fortress maps and mods will probably love the Medieval Siege map, which looks like something very similar to DeGroot Keep. It features a massive castle with one team inside and the other team stuck on the outside, trying to battle its way inside. The only thing is, the team on the outside doesn’t have any players on it. You and your friends will be playing defense exclusively against waves of zombies and hordes of other monsters. The map works on a timer as well, and different stages start as you progress further and survive longer.
Things start off simple and slow but quickly escalate as the sun goes down and the mobs outside begin to spawn in droves. The Medieval Siege map is about more than just defending your castle too. Besides that, you need to worry about all the people inhabiting the place. Everything culminates in a final stand in the castle throne room, where you have to defend the King against an unstoppable onslaught of enemies. You might make it through some of the other levels alone, but you will definitely need a few friends to help with the finale on this map.
How to install Medieval Siege Map?
- Download the map!
- Unzip the archive.
- Drag and drop the folder “Medieval Siege” into “C:\Users\*USER*\AppData\Roaming\.minecraft\saves”
- Start Minecraft.
- Select and play the map!
Download Links for Medieval Siege Map
for Minecraft 1.8.X
Credit: Merphin – Original Thread on Minecraft Forum