A Valorant player has reimagined Breeze in Medieval Engineers, causing it to resemble multiple different CSGO maps.
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive is a classic shooter, but it’s not medieval-old. Still, a Valorant player’s rework of Breeze in the Medieval Engineers game looks like an amalgam of Inferno and Cobblestone, the two iconic maps. Breeze is a modern location set on a picturesque island. Rock music, cutting-edge tech, and greenery surround the map, meaning it’s completely the opposite of ancient maps that are ample in CSGO.
But when a creative Valorant player redesigned Breeze in Medieval Engineers, the map looked like a spitting image of Inferno. So it’s not entirely bad. Instead, some players hope a similar layout should be added to CSGO.
Valorant player GrimGrimGrimGrim shared his Breeze artwork on Reddit, and players absolutely love it. The nostalgia-dousing map rework will convince you to log back into your Steam account and give CSGO another shot.
The mid of Breeze, recreated in Medieval Engineers, looks like Cobblestone’s B-site. However, unlike Riot’s Breeze, this rework makes the mid area appear cozy and congested. But the layout remains the same. Pillars on B site and mid are also reminiscent of Cobblestone’s incredible verticality boosted by random crates and barriers.
The alley towards the B-site of Breeze will surely make you do a double take. It’s designed precisely like Inferno’s banana, and Medieval Engineers’ darker grey blocks add a CSGO-like touch.
Both Valorant and CSGO players love the recreation, with some drawing similarities with Cobblestone. Unfortunately, this artwork is not playable in either game. But players can recreate their own version in the Medieval Engineers game. However, it won’t be easy, so it’s best to enjoy the view from afar!
What is Medieval Engineers?
Medieval Engineers is a sandbox game about engineering, construction, and the maintenance of architectural works and mechanical equipment. If you have played Roblox, you’d know that construction in gaming is the real deal. But Medieval Engineers has a twist.
Players must create and procure their work using medieval technology, which can be a tall order at times. Still, skilled players build cities, castles, and fortifications; construct mechanical devices and engines; perform landscaping and underground mining using just outdated and old tech. So it’s not entirely impossible, but it’s difficult.
The possibilities in Medieval Engineers are endless for talented and creative players. You can recreate maps and even real-life locations using advanced tools.