Resident Evil is map that, as the name suggests, has been inspired by one of the most beloved horror game franchises in existence. Although the name of the map might imply that this is a horror map, this actually isn’t the case because Resident Evil is meant to be an adventure map with a few horror elements added into the mix in order to enhance the experience. This is an adventure map that we absolutely recommend trying out not only because of the franchise it’s based on but also due to its near flawless execution of the gameplay itself.
In Resident Evil, you’ll be a part of a rescue team known as Alpha team that was dispatched to locate Bravo Team who ended up disappearing in the middle of a mission without any communication. Once you end up finding Bravo Team’s helicopter, though, you realize that a dangerous plot is afoot and you must do every single thing possible in order to stop it in its tracks. The core gameplay consists of high intensity combat that players won’t be disappointed with and the game world itself is intricately crafted with various places for you to explore so you’ll definitely have an enjoyable experience making your way through the map.
Compatibility and Technical Aspects
Up until now, there haven’t been any major bug reports for the Resident Evil map so it’s quite likely that the map doesn’t have any significant bugs that would actually have a significant impact on your overall gameplay experience in any way. The map’s been designed to work with Minecraft 1.13.2 so, as long as you play it on a version of Minecraft that it’s compatible with, you’ll likely have a smooth experience.
All said and done, Resident Evil is an exceptional adventure map that definitely does justice to the beloved franchise that has multitudes of fans across the world.
How to install Resident Evil 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.