Enthusiast under the pseudonym Sibogy has published a free map Doomed: Demons of the NetherTurn Minecraft into a bloody first-person shooter in the style of Doom (2016) and Doom Eternal.
Doomed: Demons of the Nether adds a single player adventure map with four layers: Surface of Mars, The Foundry, UAC and The Nether. Sibogy created original 3D models – demons (including bosses), items and weapons (including shotguns, chainsaws, and BFG) – as well as cutscenes, unique animations, game mechanics, and an AI behavior system. Different types of ammunition are provided for each type of weapon and fragments of armor can be collected to increase protection.
The author worked on the map for almost two years in his spare time and spent over 1200 hours of pure time on the project. In conversation with PCGamesN He noted that he was not trying to copy the features of Doom one-to-one, but only to translate the most appropriate ones, so Doomed: Demons of the Nether should be considered the original adaptation. The broadcast of some mechanics, such as hyphens and finishing moves, had to be abandoned due to the limitations of Minecraft. At the same time, there are some fun features from id Software’s games – for example, cacodemones swallow grenades thrown at them, like in Doom Eternal. The hardest part of the job, the final boss fight, lasted two months.
In the past Sibogy Approved Resource kits and other maps for Minecraft – including cooperative puzzle and mapinspired by the zombie mode of Call of Duty. Doomed: Demons of the Nether is his greatest creation.
Minecraft continues to get interesting mods and maps even ten years after it was first released. Last August, a group of fans showed off the City-17 mod. [Grand Project]to recreate the world of Half-Life 2, the owner of the YouTube channel VC-MC showed the Far Galaxy card, which will unite all the planets from Star Wars, in September, and in December Sammyuri presented an imitation of an eight-bit -Processor in Minecraft that you can play Tetris “And” Snake “on.
In November, Minecraft Java Edition and Minecraft Bedrock Edition were made available in Xbox Games Pass for PC. Rumor has it that Mojang Studios are currently working on two new games for the franchise.