Video gamers who enjoyed wandering through the Wastes in the Fallout series of games might like what they see in Fallout Minecraft: Deadstake. That’s a custom map for Minecraft that features blasted landscapes, bombed-out buildings, and other desolate areas, much like how the world appears after the atomic attacks which precede the Fallout games. While the map comes with some new textures and items, it doesn’t feature many updated textures. Getting a copy of a few different Fallout-themed resource packs could do a lot to improve the experience in Fallout Minecraft: Deadstake.
Updating the appearances of mobs, adding new mobs altogether and other modifications are definitely the way to go for players who want to get the most out of Deadstake. It weighs in at just under 300 MB, so it’s not an especially large Minecraft map, but then it’s also not an especially small one. The world is large and expansive, with the free-roaming kind of gameplay that makes the Fallout games so enjoyable. Players can break whatever they can find and make use of any available resources to get to the end of this map.
Fallout Deadstake is a Minecraft map that puts players in a post-apocalyptic world reminiscent of Earth after the atomic explosions which created the Fallout universe. It’s an unforgiving map with few safe locations and threats around every corner.
- Road signs marked [Puzzle]; no block breaking, but levers and pressure plates can be activated, not crafted.
- Read note 1 upon joining the game in single-player.
- Set up spawn like in single-player for multiplayer.
- Always use moody lighting and Optifine if recording for YouTube.
- Don’t spawn items in multiplayer, but teleportation is allowed.
- Stay on roads if unfamiliar with the map.
- Play on Normal difficulty for the intended challenge.
- A lack of trees means you are likely outside the map’s area.
- Don’t break the bed at spawn; it respawns you in the room if you fail to escape.
- Follow the storyline by reading note one inside the starting vault.
- Avoid reading terminals you shouldn’t have found.
- Optional: Free roam the map if you don’t want to follow the storyline.
- Find all 7 coordinates to obtain the diamond-enchanted armor set (Start behind the starting vault garage).
- Go through tunnels (be a boss!).
- Collect all Diamond armor and Tools.
- Spread grass to the wasteland.
- Complete the storyline.
- Dig up every block of dirt on the map (if you dare!).
- Follow the storyline or free-roam as desired.