The Traverse mod isn’t anything groundbreaking or revolutionary, but it’s a mod that you probably won’t mind having installed in your Minecraft client for pretty much forever. The mod’s been designed for players who frequently travel through the world of Minecraft in search of adventure. If you’re among the audience of players, the frequently explores the Minecraft world then it’s likely that you’ve grown tired of seeing the same biomes over and over again. However, this won’t be an issue for you any longer thanks to the Traverse mod because this mod implements a whole bunch of different biomes into the game for players to explore. If you ever start to feel that the world of Minecraft is getting stale, the Traverse mod will take care of things for you.
There have definitely been mods similar to the Traverse mod before, but this particular mod seems to be head and shoulders above the rest for a variety of different reasons. First and foremost, perhaps the biggest reason why we enjoy this mod so much is the fact that it has an insane variety of biomes for players to explore. There are actually thirteen different biomes to enjoy, and the thing that’s so impressive about these biomes is the fact that they’re all unique so you’ll never feel any sense of repetition as you explore all the content that this mod has to offer.
It’s worth mentioning that, while most of the biomes in this mod can be explored by almost any player, there are a few that can be quite challenging to get through, so it’s recommended that you stay away from these challenging biomes until you have access to a bunch of powerful equipment. Overall, Traverse is a great mod that’s sure to breathe new life into your Minecraft adventures.
Traverse Mod Biomes
- The Autumnal Woods – Autumnal Oak forest.
- Mini Jungle – Miniature jungle biome with no 2×2 jungle trees, and is quite hilly and watery.
- Woodlands – Plains-like biome with yellower grass and short trees, shrubs, and the occasional fallen tree.
- Meadow – Flat, lush grassland covered in tallgrass and flowers.
- Lush Swamp – Lush green swamp with taller trees.
- Red Desert – A normal desert with red sand.
- Temperate Rainforest – Tall, fir trees densely packed in a very varying landscape. Darker, but saturated green grass.
- Badlands – Dry plains with boulders and slabs of stone covering some of the surface.
- Mountainous Desert – A…well… a mountainous desert. Also has some stone formations.
- Rocky Plateau – Raised grassland area with sparse trees and boulders.
- Forested Hills – Forest with extreme hills-like terrain.
- Birch Forested Hills – Birch Forest with extreme hills-like terrain.
- Autumnal Wooded Hills – Autumnal Woods with extreme hills-like terrain.
- Cliffs – Tall stone mountains, generally with huge stone walls and a flattish top.
- Glacier – Icy hills topped with snow.
- Glacier Spikes – A Glacier biome but with ice spikes.
- Snowy Coniferous Forest – A tall fir forest covered in snow.
Traverse Mod Update Logs
- Fix blocks not being registered.
- Improve /findbiome.
How to install Traverse 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.