Minecraft fans do not cease to amaze after the White Court of The Witcher 3, a location straight from Star Wars or the original city, we have completed another breathtaking project. This time the Doom series was taken for wallpaper. Reddit user Sibogy will create a Minecraft adventure map inspired by id Software productions, especially those from 2016 and 2020. It took about 1,200 hours to complete the four levels (Mars, Foundry, UAC, and Abyss) that make up the single-player story campaign over the course of two years.
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The above video is the premiere trailer of the map that has been called Doomed: Demons of the Nether. You can download it for free from this page. As it is not a mod, installation should be easy for you. However, if there are any, take a look here. Below you can see how this map looks like in the game view.
Work on Doomed: Demons of the Nether begins in March 2020 Sibogy will first create the map himself, and then implement elements such as cutscenes, collectibles, collectable weapons and boss fights into his design. The addition of the latter would be particularly troubling, the Internet user will only pay about two months to the final boss, which, due to spoilers, will not be called by his first name (those who are interested can see him here; you can find more production curiosities on Reddit).
The greatest challenge, however, turned out to be overcoming the limitations of himself Minecraft. As Sibogy said in an interview with the editor of PCGamesN:
Some things, like dash and glory kills, just couldn’t be implemented.  So it is not an exact copy; the design of the levels is also different and will provide a new experience even for those who have been gray in the different installments of the series Doom. I didn’t want it to be 1-1 because you might as well play Doom. If I found something funny, I tried to add it.
And what next? Sibogy, who works full time in the IT industry (including Zombies in the Call of Duty series), stated that he would like to create a stand-alone map with endless waves of demons that we would have to kill. However, the Internet user has little free time. In addition, the limited range of AI Minecraft may prove to be an insurmountable obstacle. For now, however, we have Doomed: Demons of the Nether and its success may determine another project of a creative internet user, for whom it was the biggest undertaking in his career so far.