Space Aces is a truly immersive and engaging Minecraft PvP map that offers what is perhaps one of the most exciting and immersive FPS experiences that you can possibly get in the Minecraft world. We’ve had the privilege of trying out some extremely well crafted and feature filled PvP maps over our years of experience with Minecraft but Space Aces still seems to be truly out of the ordinary and a cut above the rest in terms of how much content it has to offer and how exciting its core gameplay is. If you’re looking for an intense and exhilarating PvP map to get hooked on then Space Aces is definitely worth checking out.
Space Aces is a map in which two factions known as the Inter-Galactic Space Rangers and the Raiders League United are at war with one another and players must join either side in order to participate in the battle. The thing that defines the Space Aces map, though, aren’t the factions but the fact that there are 15 unique classes to pick from and each individual class has access to its own distinct weapon as well as two special abilities that can be relied on during combat. What’s even more impressive is that Space Aces comes with 3 different game modes, each with its own distinct design and they’re all highly enjoyable. Space Aces also comes with its own resource pack and it’s quite important to use this because it’ll ensure the most optimal visuals possible for your experience.
Compatibility and Technical Aspects
Space Aces, alongside being fun to play, is immaculate on a technical level as well as there aren’t any significant bugs or glitches that would surface at inconvenient times and hinder your experience in any way. As for compatibility, Space Aces has been designed to work on version 1.14.4 and 1.13.2 of Minecraft so you’ll need to ensure that you have the same version of the game before playing it.
Overall, Space Aces is an exciting map that provides an exhilarating class based FPS experience that you won’t be disappointed with.
How to install Space Aces 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.