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How To Jump Over Gaps In Minecraft Dungeons

How To Jump Over Gaps In Minecraft Dungeons
Many treasure chests lay hidden in MC Dungeons but how do you reach them? This guide on How To Jump Over Gaps In Minecraft Dungeons will quickly walk you through jumping across gaps so you can locate some of the hidden treasure chests that appear just slightly out of reach.

While there may be artifacts later in the game that give you more movement abilities, such as the ability to jump, by default there is no jump option in Minecraft Dungeons. Most of the terrain you encounter that is a single block high can be accessed simply by walking, climbing each block one by one as you would a set of stairs. If you come across higher obstacles, 2-3 blocks high, you cannot bypass these at the start so look elsewhere for the chests.

How To Jump Over Gaps In Minecraft Dungeons

[line style=’solid’ top=’10’ bottom=’10’ width=’100%’ height=’1′ color=’blue’] Getting across gaps however is very possible, but you don’t do it via jumping. Instead you use the rolling feature. I’m sure it takes balls of steel to do a forward roll over gap with a fall so big you’re guaranteed to die, but hey, let’s do it.

Simply approach the ledge and press the dodge button. It’s R1/RB on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. It’s shown on the screen in the lower right corner, next to arrows. Spacebar on PC. That’s all you have to do, simply get close to the edge and press the roll button to roll across. Be careful however as, if you don’t aim your roll correctly, you can roll straight off the edge. Depending on what’s below, you may have to walk back up or you may just die.

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