5 must-have mods for veteran players in the Minecraft 1.19 update


5 must-have mods for veteran players in the Minecraft 1.19 update

In Minecraft, mods can be very important. While they are available in Bedrock Edition through behavior packs and other plugins, they are much more prominent and accessible in Java. Most Java players have at least one mod running most of the time.

Veteran gamers may be even more inclined to try out a game-changing addon since they’ve been playing the same game for so long. Also, they have more experience in the game, which can help them quickly understand and adapt to any mod they want. With that in mind, here are some cool mods to try out in Minecraft 1.19.

Minecraft mods veteran players will love

5) keystrokes

The best thing that Keystrokes mod adds to the game is the ability that allows players to see things on the screen that they might not otherwise see. The active key can be seen on the screen, which is very useful in certain situations. However, the most important thing is that the ping appears on the screen. Many games already show the ping on the screen, but Minecraft is not one of them.

Typically, most of the features Keystrokes offers require players to leave the match or at least visit the setting, which can be detrimental if they’re in danger, playing PvP, or busy with something important. Keystrokes remove that need and help players play better and have everything in front of them.

4) Transform mode

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Transformation mods are very popular, and this Morphing mod is one of the best. With it, players can transform into what they just killed. This makes Minecraft even more chaotic and gives players the opportunity to see things from a different perspective.

What sets this particular transformation mod apart is the ability to randomize it. In the video, the player goes through a few different mobs, and even goes from being a black sheep to a pig at one point. They also transform into villagers at the beginning of the video.

The random factor makes the game fun and unexpected. This mod is worth a try if Minecraft veterans are looking for a new experience.

3) Simply Light

One thing the game struggles with is lighting. Veterans can attest to this as they’ve seen so many different lighting options over the years, and yet the game still struggles in that department.

Even though update 1.19 added Froglight, those blocks can be quite difficult to acquire in Vanilla Survival. The Simply Light mod addresses the lighting issue head-on by adding new light blocks that are much better than the existing ones. It also improves them, so the lighting is better in every way.

2) O’Plenty Biomes

Biomes O’Plenty has been one of the most popular mods in Minecraft for a long time, and most veterans know it. Update 1.19 added two main biomes, Deep Dark and Mangrove Swamp. However, there is always room for more. In this mod, players have many new biomes to explore.

Veterans have seen tons of biomes over the years in Minecraft, so they may appreciate this mod a little more. However, all players will enjoy seeing the random, new and colorful biomes that this mod introduces.

1) OptiFine

OptiFine mod (Image via Mojang)
OptiFine mod (Image via Mojang)

If ever there was a mod that everyone should use, it’s OptiFine. OptiFine is very popular with all gamers, especially veterans. It’s pretty customizable, so veterans can get the exact right settings for the perfect experience.

OptiFine is very much an aesthetic mod. It makes the game look much better than it normally does while also improving things like FPS, lag, and more.

Note: This article is subjective and reflects the views of the author.

Edited by Soumyadyuti Ghosh