The Parkour Valley map claims to be a unique map that pays a ton of attention to detail and, after a bit of testing, we’ve concluded that this is definitely the case and the map lives up to every single world of the claim. This a map that’s been designed for hardcore parkour fanatics because the only thing it has to offer is parkour gameplay and nothing more. Most parkour maps are fairly linear and have only one way through which players can complete the map but Parkour Valley isn’t bound by this. Wherever you look on this map, you’ll find ways to parkour, and how you utilize the environment and surroundings to get through the levels is completely up to you. Also, on top of all this, the map also has a very distinct valley themed setting that’s quite appealing and goes nicely with the fast-paced parkour gameplay.
Onto the gameplay itself, Parkour Valley isn’t necessarily among the most challenging maps out there but, nonetheless, it’s a delight to play. The parkour sequences have been crafted with perfection and, as long as you have a firm grasp of how parkour works in Minecraft, you’ll be able to get through them without any trouble and will have a great time doing so
The Parkour Valley map can last for as little as ten minutes if you successfully overcome all the jumps and obstacles it throws at you but of course, it can last for much longer as well if you aren’t that skilled at Minecraft parkour. It’s important to mention that the map is supposed to be played in the adventure game mode with the difficulty set to peaceful because it won’t function properly otherwise. Finally, the map fully supports multiplayer but it’s crucial to keep in mind that you’ll need to have command blocks enabled if you’re on a server.