Minecraft Player Thoroughly Removes 1,000 Bedrock Blocks In Time-lapse Video

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In an unusual move, some Minecraft players succeeded to eliminate the Bedrock blocks from the ceiling of the Nether – this is how they managed to do something that no other player has ever done before.
Minecraft is one of the most popular sandboxes and survival games in existence and has remained popular since its launch in 2011.

The game allows players to do almost anything they want, except for changing the core of the game or its boundaries. a game in which all players build and play. Now, the player has reportedly managed to dig and mine under the ceiling of the Nether, which was the first for any player in this game.

According to the GameRant report, it looks like the player managed to dig up and my Bedrock blocks in the popular game using a special stone mining trick. Many Minecraft users don’t know that breaking through the ceiling of the Nether is possible, but those who have tried it know that it is almost indestructible and until now it has been very difficult for the player to get it.

A Minecraft gamer took to Reddit to explain the process of breaking down the Bedrock blocks that make up the Nether ceiling in the game. According to the report, a player called u / Gneiss-name on Reddit used strategically placed pistons and a Redstone to break blocks in the game. After a tedious eight hours of removing each block one by one, the player was able to clear over 1,400 blocks of bedrock from the Nether ceiling in the game.

It is important to remember that there is still no official method of removing bedrock in the game, and the method used by the player has bypassed the safety feature used to protect players from excavating from a given world into the Void. However, according to the gamer, the blogger’s goal is to create a massive base in the Nether. It will be interesting to see how the Nether base plays out if the player can establish his base in the area he cleared at some point in the future.