Trident PVP is a PVP map where you battle it out with your opponent with Tridents. As of MCPE 1.4 Tridents were added to the game. It not only provided us with a new weapon, but it also provided us with a whole new way to pvp. I may be one of the first to post a Trident PVP map. Test your skills with the new water mechanics in the game. Don't worry Java users I will make a map for you guys too once 1.13 is out. This map supports mcpe 1.4+ and will be updated constantly until I retire for good which won't be for a while. Currently, my maps won't be used for profit such as those who use adfly for instance, but if I see a lot of downloads I think I may end up doing that and will make sure adblock users can bypass the website since its full of phishing at the moment. I want to build up my customer base first before I do that. Make sure you follow all the signs in the map. The PVP matches start when both players arrive in the water, making sure they both press the button at the same time for both Player 1 and 2 buttons. This map Doesn't Support Single Player and can only have 2 players at a time (feel free to add more if you like its possible to make it a 2 v 2 match). Make sure the losing player presses the button on the bottom when he is dead so the next match can start fresh again. Have fun testing out my map and make sure to leave your comments below in case you have any suggestions. I was thinking of adding Golden Apples to the game but I have no one else to test that out. I want to see if just a Trident is good enough for this map. Also play around with the settings this map provides in case you prefer to play it differently. Have a great day.
Install Guide: 1. Click Trident PVP Download
2. Go to top right corner and click download to download the mcworld
3. Then import the mcworld file to your Minecraft Bedrock Edition game by opening the file (IOS, Android, W10, etc (to get it on consoles you must use an edition other than Xbox one/Switch and then buy/get a free trial of realms (free trial not available on Switch Bedrock Version))).
Welp bad news. I was hoping I could use the new /scoreboard command to create the map similar to Java Edition one but apparently /scoreboard objectives add Kills playerKillCount is exclusive to Java Edition. In Bedrock Edition only a dummy objective can be added which makes it impossible to add values based on game events it is only good for servers that need currency. Can I get a RIP in replies.