The Raid Map for Minecraft 1.11.2

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The Raid is a phenomenal adventure map that’s been made for players who are looking for a real challenge to test their skills. Adventure maps in Minecraft have always been a delight to play but, over the years, one trend we’ve noticed with these maps is that they’ve gotten easier and easier to play. While the easier difficulty is, due to various reasons, a nice change of pace because it makes sure that new players can enjoy the maps, it’s put off a few veteran players over the years because there aren’t that many truly challenging adventure maps. Fortunately, though, The Raid is here to change this because it’s been designed for the sole purpose of giving players a captivating and challenging experience.

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The Raid map was in development for 8 months before being released to the public and this insane development time is a testament to its quality. The map’s been divided into five different phases, and each phase requires players to complete an assigned objective in order to progress further. In order to complete the objectives, you’ll need to make your way through a series of challenging and complex tasks that are sure to strain your skills like nothing else.

One peculiar thing about The Raid map is the fact that it’s broken up into two save files but, as it turns out, this is actually a very creative change because it makes sure that all players, even those with low-end PCs, can use the map without any technical trouble. The entire map can be completed within 25 to 30 minutes if you’re skilled enough but, if you don’t have an extremely firm grasp of Minecraft’s gameplay mechanics, it’s likely that you’ll struggle for a significant amount of time before completing it. All said and done, The Raid is a truly engrossing and challenging adventure map that’s perfect for the seasoned audience of players that’s looking for something to test their Minecraft abilities.

How to install The Raid Map?

  1. Press the Windows or Start button, then press R. This will open the Run prompt.
  2. Type %appdata% into the prompt and run the command.
  3. A folder filled with other folders will now open. Just find the Minecraft folder among these and open it.
  4. In .minecraft you will find another folder, saves. Unzip and move your world file into this folder and you’re all done.

Download Link for The Raid Map

for Minecraft 1.11.X

Credit: DiomndCreeprKing

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