The Ultimate Thief is an enthralling adventure map that provides what is perhaps one of the most exciting experiences that we’ve had from an adventure map. This is a no compromises map that delivers absolutely everything the adventure map category is renowned for and the end result is a map that you won’t be able to stop playing once you’ve started. If you’re looking for a truly immersive adventure map that doesn’t cease to impress no matter how you look at it, The Ultimate Thief is certainly worth checking out.
The gameplay of The Ultimate Thief features a wide variety of exciting gameplay mechanics that ensure a refreshing experience from start to finish. The map revolves around robbing a government facility and getting out in one piece and, in order to do so, you’ll have to go through parkour sequences as well as various combat sequences that are sure to test your skills. The map is definitely a lot more challenging than traditional adventure maps due to the variety of gameplay mechanics involved and due to the difficulty of the combat and parkour but, as long as you’re familiar with the fundamentals of Minecraft, it’s unlikely that you’ll have any major trouble getting through the map in under an hour.
Compatibility and Technical Aspects
The Ultimate Thief has been designed to work with version 1.13.2 of Minecraft and one crucial thing that you’ll need to remember about it is the fact that it’s rather heavy on system resources so there might be frame-rate troubles if you play this map on a computer with low-end hardware. Optifine is highly recommended with the pack as it improves the textures by a significant amount but it’s not necessary to make the map function so you can feel free to skip it if you’d rather not use it.
Overall, The Ultimate Thief is without a doubt one of the most memorable adventure maps to surface in recent times and you’d definitely be missing out if you didn’t give it a shot.
How to install The Ultimate Thief 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.