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Nvidia creates Minecraft Winter Wonderland charity fund

It’s the season of giving and with Christmas approaching, NVIDIA and Minecraft created a fun, festive Minecraft experience for charity. Comprised of over 30 million blocks, this smiling winter wonderland is a free-to-download custom Minecraft map that aims to raise funding and awareness for London Children’s Hospital – Great Ormond Street (GOSH) .

Making the most of sexy ray tracing, the map adds a number of fun Christmas-themed storytelling, from an interactive Santa in his cave to rides, food stalls and even some of the missions change.


It’s a pretty impressive creation, taking a (perhaps exhausted) Minecraft expert over 3000 hours to build and span a massive 38 acres. In a clever way, the free map allows users to donate to the hospital using in-game mechanics, with the entire hospital entertainment encased in the Noelle diorama.

For those unaware of the amazing work GOSH has done, the donations will help fund the hospital’s medical technology, research into cures and treatments for rare conditions, and while enhancing patient and family support services. In other words, it is spent a lot of money.

It’s been a pretty good week and a bit for Minecraft, with Mojang’s massive unstoppable block over a trillion views on YouTube. It’s not surprising that NVIDIA still wants to use Mojang’s favorite work to reach such a huge audience.

You can download Nvidia RTX Winter World here, or simply donate to Great Ormond Street Hospital, here.

https://www.vg247.com/nvidia-minecraft-gosh Nvidia creates Minecraft Winter Wonderland charity fund

Ashley

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