When you consider Minecraft tournaments, your thoughts most likely goes to an informal constructing competitors or perhaps a enjoyable server-wide battle with naught however your honor up for grabs. YouTuber MrBeast lately hosted a Minecraft tournament with a $30,000 prize pool that threw 1,000 Minecraft gamers onto the identical server in the sandbox sport in teams led by distinguished Minecraft YouTubers, and tasked them with constructing thriving civilization throughout its biomes.
Naturally, that led to mass warfare and the destruction of the server’s civilization, but it surely was all a part of the plan. After 24 hours of frantic constructing throughout the server, Mr Beast compelled every group into fight to see whose survival abilities have been strongest. The group that managed to defeat the opposite six was declared the winner and claimed the prize cash.
Skills may solely get the members up to now, although, as Mr Beast ensured nobody had all the benefits. One group needed to take advantage of the Badlands’ harsh setting and restricted assets, whereas one other was caught in the center of the ocean and constructed an enormous fortress to stave off assaults from all sides.
The most resourceful group spent their time digging their heels in and making a stalwart citadel with all of the trimmings – thick partitions, lethal moat, the works.
(*24*) ever in Minecraft, one of the best laid plans nonetheless went awry. Once the fight began, few issues – aside from perhaps the large citadel partitions – may maintain again the invading hordes, and never simply mobs of different gamers.
Slimes and different Minecraft enemies threw a wrench into battle methods and despatched desires of glory crashing down in flaming ruins.
It’s a robust case for a Minecraft battle sport, and whereas there’s no signal Mojang has something in the works alongside these traces, we could also be seeing a Minecraft technique sport pop up someday in the close to future.
Until then, there’s a lot to maintain us going in The Wild replace – and hiding, in some circumstances. It’s scary on the market in The Wild.