The Wraithing Trials is a captivating Minecraft PvP map that you’ll certainly want to check out if you enjoy playing maps in which the gameplay has people playing as both predator and prey. This is an exciting map and, although Halloween itself might be behind us, the spooky setting is still very welcome and makes for a pretty immersive experience. Before we go into any further detail, though, we want to highlight that The Wraithing Trials does come with a bit of a learning curve so it may take a while before you’re able to enjoy the map to its absolute fullest but it’ll definitely be worthwhile when you do because the map has a lot to offer in terms of gameplay and makes for a pretty engaging experience.
The Wraithing Trials takes place in an old haunted mining village and, within this village, resides a wraith that’s started to go around haunting people. Players start off the map by running around and equipping themselves with whatever they can find for what’s to come and one player is then chosen as the wraith. The objective of the wraith is to eliminate every last living soul whereas the rest of the players must team up to kill the wraith so that they may survive for another night. The gameplay is quite intense and can definitely have you and your buddies hooked for hours upon hours once you’re fully immersed in the map.
Compatibility and Technical Aspects
Alongside having some absolutely top tier gameplay, The Wraithing Trials also seems to be immaculate on a technical level as there are no significant bugs or glitches in the map that would hinder your experience in any way while playing it. As long as you’re playing this map on version 1.14.4 of Minecraft, you should be in for a pretty worthwhile experience.
All said and done, The Wraithing Trials is a refreshing and engaging PvP map that doesn’t case to impress at all and it comes highly recommended from us for those who are on the hunt for an immersive experience that they can lost in for hours upon hours.
How to install The Wraithing Trials 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.