Realistic Minecraft map could honestly pass for a Microsoft Flight Simulator landscape

As part of Minecraft‘s ongoing war on the aesthetics of real life, one map maker has whipped up a stunning hyper-realistic landscape which could pass for a Netherlands valley retreat.  Planet Minecraft user qwryzu shared their Vales of Amoril map a few days ago (as our friends at PC Gamer […]

As part of Minecraft‘s ongoing war on the aesthetics of real life, one map maker has whipped up a stunning hyper-realistic landscape which could pass for a Netherlands valley retreat. 

Planet Minecraft user qwryzu shared their Vales of Amoril map a few days ago (as our friends at PC Gamer spotted), and it’s a doozy. It’s 10,000 square blocks, for starters, and it hides snowy hills, tranquil valleys, thick forests, and lovely water features, all rendered in stunning HD, or at least Minecraft’s take on HD. Qwryzu says it was “inspired by real life geology,” hence the addition of little details like river drainage systems. 

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