Hasting has become a fixture of modern gaming and has even made its way to Minecraft.
Like players in Grand Theft Auto Online or Payday 2, Minecraft gamers can play through maps with the aim of successfully swiping valuables out of a given location.
Since robberies can get quite complicated, many of these maps use a huge sequence of command blocks to keep things going. Some maps also use mods and plugins to make their successors more elaborate.
Methods players can use to play heists on both main editions of Minecraft (Java and Bedrock)
There are a few methods to use to obtain the stolen map. Some of these methods are compatible with both versions of the game. However, the two versions can sometimes have differences that invalidate the other methods.
Despite this, players also have multiple access points to obtain the heist map, with both Java Player and Bedrock Player looking at community sites online.
Players of the Bedrock Edition also have access to the in-game Marketplace, which also offers a collection of heist maps.
Playing a Heist on Java Edition
Visit a community site that allows downloading maps such as Planet Minecraft, TLauncher or CurseForge. Find a stolen map compatible with your version of the game (e.g. version 1.19) and download the archive file.
Playing a Heist on Bedrock Edition
There are many factors to consider when playing a robbery map. Each map has different aspects and mechanics, but many follow the same formula.
These maps typically have gameplay features such as security systems, a gameband, and special character abilities. Players will have to evade security such as cameras, lasers, trapped vaults and pressure plates.
Fortunately, the Gameband can help players hack or disable a number of security features, and with a few fellow successors, reaping the grand prize should be more than possible.