New World: Two players created their own minimap for use from AnneBullock's blog

As an MMO game, New World has too few interfaces. Although, getting rid of the piles of ability shortcut bars is a nice change, but because the compass-style minimap is used in the game instead of the standard minimap, some players want to use more traditional navigation tools.

Two players have built their own minimaps for use.

A player and his friend built their own small map. In this small map, part of the game standard map can always be effectively displayed in a small part of the screen, so this eliminates the need to open the large New World Coins Buy map trouble. It seems to be very functional, showing the location of suppliers and resource nodes, and it can be zoomed out and zoomed in at will.

The player said that one of the most common complaints in the game at the moment is that the map is not so convenient to use in towns. It always shrinks, or because some information is obstructed, nothing can be seen at all. So he and his friends made this small map, which can help improve the game map interface, prevent getting lost in towns, and cultivate resources more efficiently when going out.

From the player’s comment area, many players seem to be relieved, because they have found an alternative to constantly opening and closing the main map. However, it is currently uncertain whether New World allows the use of such plug-ins. The lack of a minimap is indeed a problem, and the game's terms of service are also very vague as to where the game draws a line between cheats and UI.

However, if you want to try a map made by Morbrid, you can download it via Overwolf.

Finally, if you want to buy New World Coins, you can go to NewWorldCoins. The New World Coins they provide are not only cheap, but also safe. This allows you to buy a lot of New World Coins without spending a lot of money, and you don't have to worry about your account being blocked.

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