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Isolation of coronavirus? Minecraft is your Jam, not Call of Duty Warzone

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  • Gaming is more important than ever right now because people are trying to stay sane during the isolation of coronaviruses.
  • While many play Call of Duty Warzone, Minecraft is much better suited to the current situation.
  • Not only does this help keep you calm, but it does not require internet access and simulates an outside world.

More than ever, we need entertainment. While we are all in isolation from coronaviruses, we have to keep our minds occupied with stuff. Partly so as not to go crazy, and partly to chase away images of what is really going on in the world.

For many people, entertainment means playing Call of Duty Warzone. It’s understandable. It’s a great battle royale mode and the COD series has always had a good understanding of the decent shooter. But it’s not the best game to play during the isolation of coronaviruses.

This distinction goes to Minecraft. Let me tell you why.

Not only is Minecraft offline and more relaxing than Warzone, but Mojang has even started adding positive messages to the menu. | Source: Twitter

Minecraft is the perfect isolation game for coronaviruses for a variety of reasons

You may be wondering why Minecraft is the best coronavirus isolation game. Especially on a brand new state-of-the-art game like Call of Duty Warzone. This is largely due to the lack of need to access the Internet.

With the networks going down to the left, right, and center, it makes sense to try to play games that don’t need to access this network. Minecraft is great because you can spend hours and hours tinkering with your own little worlds. No internet needed.

Much more than that, while we are all locked in during coronavirus isolation, it gives us a virtual outside to relax. You can sit in bed or on your PC and still walk on grassy planes according to your heart. Now, if only we already had the ray tracing, it would seem that the real exterior does a little more.

It’s also much better for fighting your anxiety.

We are already living in anxious times. Isolation of coronaviruses only makes people more anxious. While there is some therapeutic value to Call of Duty Warzones, it isn’t going to adjust your heart rate at all. Especially if you keep losing and being shipped to the gulag, which is a little near you right now. Literally.

Minecraft, on the other hand, is perfect for calming yourself down and making you less anxious. It’s the peaceful music that goes with it, not to mention the fact that it can really get you out of the area and forget the outside world. Doesn’t it seem perfect for these dark times? Just make sure you play creative or peaceful. Creepers are unlikely to help you relax.

Disclaimer: The opinions expressed in this article do not necessarily reflect the views of CCN.com.

This article was edited by Samburaj Das.

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