Don’t Trust The Floor 2 Map is the much-anticipated sequel to the original parkour map in which you had to stay away from the floor at all costs. The map builds itself on the same concepts and fundamentals that were laid out by its predecessor but at the same time, it even manages to enhance certain aspects in various ways. Overall, if you enjoyed playing through the original Don’t Trust The Floor map, or if you just enjoy good parkour maps in general, then you’ll definitely like what this map has to offer.
The objective in Don’t Trust The Floor 2 is pretty much the same as it was in the original which is to get to the end of each level without coming into contact with the floor. There are three different levels that you must go through, and each one of them will take you around five minutes to complete, so the total play-time of the map goes to around 15 minutes, but you can probably complete it within 10-12 minutes if you’re adept at Minecraft parkour. The great thing about this map’s levels is that they all take place in different settings, so the gameplay doesn’t ever feel repetitive. Much like the first Don’t Trust The Floor map, this one isn’t that challenging so you’ll probably be able to get through it with relative ease even if you’re new to maps of this sort.
Don’t Trust The Floor 2 map is completely singleplayer and doesn’t support a multiplayer mode so if you wanted to play it side by side with a friend then that unfortunately won’t be possible. The map has been designed for Minecraft 1.9.4 only so make sure you’re on the correct version of the game otherwise it won’t work properly.