Before we go into any detail about the Just Give Up map, we’d like to highlight from the very beginning that this map isn’t really meant for players who are new to this particular category of maps. Parkour maps have had a history of being quite challenging but Just Give Up seems to be several notches above the rest in terms of how difficult it is and this is why you should probably avoid it if you aren’t adept at playing parkour maps. On the other hand, though, if you’re a seasoned parkour veteran and want to have your skills pushed to their limit, Just Give Up is a map that’ll be right up your alley.
Just Give Up takes place inside a cave and your goal in the map will be to parkour out of the cave as soon as you can. Climbing out of the cave might seem like an easy task that you’d eventually be able to accomplish at first but the twist here is the fact that there isn’t a single checkpoint in the map so, if you end up losing your life, you’ll lose pretty much all of your progress and will have to try again from the get-go. You’ll definitely need nerves of steel while making your way through this map because it can be quite infuriating to play from the very beginning after each death.
The Just Give Up map is meant for single players only so you’ll have to go through the entire journey by yourself. It’s important to remember that the map must be played with the render distance set to 6+ and with the game mode set to adventure at all times. Optifine isn’t necessary for the map to function but it’s definitely recommended that you use it because it can elevate the visual experience by a significant amount.
- You must stay in Gamemode Adventure.
- ANY chat commands used during your run count as cheating. ( /give, /gamemode, /tp ) Meaning that your current game is not a true run. Any other means of climbing out do not count as cheating.
- Keep your render distance at 6+.
- Read the information at the start if you don’t want to be confused.