Slay Map 1

Slay Map

File Name : Slay Map
Game Verision: MC 1.14.4
Date Create: 08/10/2019
Date Update: 17/11/2019
File size: 2.12 MB

Slay is a highly strategic Minecraft map that’s for players who want a PvP experience but don’t necessarily want the traditional combat based experience that most Minecraft maps have to offer. Instead, the map provides a slower paced but highly strategic and immersive experience that you’ll definitely be hooked on for quite some time because of how addicting it can be. If you have some friends who are willing to join in and are looking for a strategic Minecraft map to get hooked on then Slay is definitely a great choice that we highly recommend going with.

Slay Map 2


Slay is basically a turn based board game map that supports up to six players and it’s actually recommended that you have as many players as you possibly can because the game is a lot more balanced when there are more people playing. The objective is to essentially build up your forces and conquer more land than your opponents to be victorious. The core gameplay itself is quite immersive and engrossing but the experience is enhanced even further by the exceptional variety of content that the map has to offer such as the eight different themes and 40 different maps that you can choose from.

Slay Map 3

Compatibility and Technical Aspects

Aside from being extremely fun to play, Slay is technically immaculate as well as there aren’t any major bugs or technical issues that would surface during gameplay to hinder your experience. The map’s been designed to work with version 1.14.4 of Minecraft so you’ll need to ensure that you have the same version of the game in order to play it.

Slay Map 4


All said and done, Slay is a strategic, immersive and highly enjoyable Minecraft map that we definitely recommend trying out if you’re looking for a strategic turn based gameplay experience.

Slay Map 5

Map Trailer

How to install Slay Map?

  1. Press the Windows or Start button, then press R. This will open the Run prompt.
  2. Type %appdata% into the prompt and run the command.
  3. A folder filled with other folders will now open. Just find the Minecraft folder among these and open it.
  4. In .minecraft you will find another folder, saves. Unzip and move your world file into this folder and you’re all done.

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