The Better Advancements is the successor to the critically acclaimed Better Achievements mod that came out a while back. The original mod was designed to give players a more streamlined user-interface through which they can track and manage their achievements in a smooth and convenient way but, ever since the 1.12 Minecraft update, that mod has gotten slightly obsolete because of the new advancement system. Fortunately, though, the Better Advancements mod is here to remedy the situation. The mod takes everything good about the Better Achievements mod and updates it to make sure that it fits in line with the advancement features that were implemented in Minecraft 1.12. Overall, this is definitely a mod worth trying out if you need a streamlined way to track your achievements and advancements.
The first difference you’ll notice in the Better Advancements is the fact that it comes with a much more streamlined and intuitive user-interface that’s significantly easier to navigate around. The interface in the original was definitely top notch, but this one takes things to a whole new level so it’s much smoother, easier on system resources and, on top of all this, it feels a lot snappier as well so you’re going to find what you’re looking for quite easily.
Perhaps the best thing about the Better Advancements mod is the fact that it comes with an array of customization options through which players can fine-tune the interface’s look according to their preferences. Players are actually allowed to change the buttons of the advancement icons to whatever they prefer, and this actually makes it significantly easier to find what you’re after. All things considered, Better Advancements is a mod that’s definitely worth having, especially if you’re among the rather large audience of players that used the original Better Achievements mod.
How to install Better Advancements Mod?
- Download and install the recommended Minecraft Forge for your Minecraft version.
- Download the latest mod version for your Minecraft version.
- Put the .jar file into the mods folder of your Minecraft installation.