Traverse: Legacy Continued Mod 1.15.2/1.12.2 comes along with a function of offering several new biomes in your Minecraft game world. Read the article to uncover all appealing biomes the mod adds below.
Currently, the mod provides a total of 17 new biomes in-game. It mainly aims to make the player’s experience more interesting with a large world to discover. The mod seems to focus on improving and enhancing in-game biomes with more species of trees.
Specifically, the article shows off lists of biomes that you can experience after installing the mod.
- Arid Highlands: They are hilly deserts that are covered by patches of grass and acacia trees.
- Autumnal Woods: They are Autumnal Oak forest.
- Autumnal Wooded Hills: you will experience Autumnal Woods with great hills-like terrain.
- Desert Shrubland: includes grassy patches of desert coming with tiny oak shrubs.
- Coniferous Forest: covered by tall fir trees densely packed as well as saturated green grass.
- Coniferous Wooded Hills: covered by tall fir trees in great hills-like terrain.
- Mini Jungle: It is a miniature jungle biome with jungle trees and many hills and water sources.
- Lush Swamp: a landscape with lush green swamp and tall trees.
- Meadow: You will experience the flat, lush grassland that covers in tall grass and flowers.
- Plains Plateau: Grassland area covered by sparse trees and boulders.
- Woodlands: It is a plains-like biome that is covered by yellower grass and shrubs, short trees.
- Rock Edge.
- Wooded Plateau.
- Rolling Hills.
- Snowy High Coniferous Forest.
- And much more.
In conclusion, Traverse: Legacy Continued Mod 1.15.2/1.12.2 promises to bring you a broader world with a lot of appealing biomes to uncover. Don’t hesitate to download it for free and enjoy its greatness.
How To Install Traverse: Legacy Continued Mod:
- On windows open Run from the start menu, type %appdata% and click Run.
- On mac open finder, hold down ALT and click Go then Library in the top menu bar. Open the folder Application Support and look for Minecraft.
- Place the mod you have just downloaded (.jar file) into the Mods folder.
- When you launch Minecraft and click the mods button you should now see the mod is installed.