Sir Axe is a nerve wracking and highly immersive horror map that definitely isn’t for the faint hearted as it takes place in a genuinely creepy environment and is filled to the brim with scares. This is a map that’s actually been inspired on another game called Death Trips by Alberto Navarro. The game that Sir Axe has been based on is, in its own right, an incredibly creepy and immersive game and this particular map does an excellent job of drawing inspiration from it in order to provide players with a worthwhile experience that they’ll definitely want to come back to.
The gameplay of Sir Axe revolves around the hunt for a serial killer who goes by the same name. You play the role of Inspector James, the person who’s been tasked with investigating a cheap hotel where the last victim of this criminal was found. However, during your investigation, you deduce that the killer is still somewhere in the building and it’s now up to you to not only make it out of the place alive but also to apprehend the murderer somehow so that justice may finally be served. The core gameplay of the map doesn’t come with anything that’s too groundbreaking or revolutionary but, overall, you’ll definitely be kept thoroughly entertained as you go through the map and try to overcome all the twists and turns.
Compatibility and Technical Aspects
The overall design of the Sir Axe map doesn’t consist of anything too complex and this is perhaps one of the key reasons why the map doesn’t have any major bugs or issues that could potentially hinder your experience. The map’s compatible with version 1.16.4 of Minecraft so, as long as you use it with this particular version of the game, you should be in for a smooth experience.
All said and done, Sir Axe is an expertly crafted horror map featuring an array of genuinely scary moments and, al things considered, it’s certainly worth checking out.
How to install Sir Axe 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.