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Minecraft Player Builds Impressive Structure From Age of Empires Franchise

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A determined Minecraft player has recreated a defensive structure from the Age of Empires franchise. The building in question came from the Definitive Edition of the second game. It is one of many elaborate Minecraftcreations that can be found throughout the internet.

Minecraft was originally launched in 2011 for the PC. Since then, it has been released across multiple platforms and has gone on to become the best-selling video game of all time. The game has maintained a loyal fanbase since then, and even one Minecraft player has shown off animals that they’ve had since the game was first released. One of the game’s most iconic modes is its creative mode, which allows players to have unlimited resources and access to flight. In the nearly 12 years since the game was released, players have gone on to create some amazing structures.

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Castles and fortresses are not that uncommon within the game, with one devoted Minecraft player even creating an entire medieval kingdom. References to the Age of the Empire games, however, are a bit rarer. In a recent post, Reddit user Bladjomir built a Krepost from Age of Empires 2: Definitive Edition. The Minecraft structure is a near-perfect recreation of the building, with the colors, towers, window positions, and entrances matching that of the original design.

The Krepost was not in the original edition of the game and was first introduced in Age of Empires 2: Definitive Edition in late 2019. This version of the game added several new campaigns and factions for players to use which included the Bulgarians. The Krepost is a defensive structure that is exclusive to this faction. It functions similarly to a castle but costs significantly less and offers a lower level of fortification and protection. In addition to its PC release, Age of Empires 2: Definitive Edition would go on to be released for Xbox consoles.

In addition to medieval recreations, players will often build outlandish and unexpected things within the game. One devoted Minecraft player recreated the Titanic while another made a scale replica of the Starship Enterprise from the Star Trek franchise. Another fan created the iconic RV from Breaking Bad, while others have managed to craft characters from Stardew Valley, which goes to show how popular the game has been over the years. Players have managed to put together some impressive creations and, as long as Minecraft remains popular, will likely continue to make more in the future.

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