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If you were one of those people who wasn’t happy with the way that the 1.17 update looked, then don’t worry, you’re not alone. There were plenty of folk who thought that the modpack could have gone a little better, and some of them thought it would be a good idea to get together and do something about it. The end result was Allusiveness, a modpack which aims to promote a more realistic interpretation of how people wanted the pack to look and behave. It’s pretty good, there’s a lot to do in it, so you’re going to get a reasonable experience.
Generally, the mods govern a series of graphical updates, which makes a lot of sense. The really important thing to remember with a mod pack like this is that it’s not designed to radically change up the game like some variations, but instead presents a more generalised version of the game, in the form of graphical modifications and changes to how it behaves. Ultimately, nobody strays particularly far from the existing gameplay, which does work quite well. It’s one of those things that you could play with your friends, if you invested in server hosting, so you’ve definitely got options.
Naturally, as a modification pack, this runs on the 1.17.1 update. This means that there is going to be a fair number of graphical and technological requirements necessary. First of all, you will want access to a copy of Minecraft that is updated to that level, which isn’t too difficult to find. After that, we would recommend 8 GB of RAM, because this will give you all of the power that you need to do what you want to do, and if you wanted to host a server, you would need the extra space on the computer.
So, ultimately, this is a modification pack which sets out to deliver a powerful experience, and it does manage to do that quite well. There are a lot of different mechanics and gameplay options for you to take advantage of, which is nice, but you have to be prepared to experiment with what’s available to get the best results. Considering that this is mostly about graphical and geographical content, there isn’t masses of change to gameplay, so it’s a lot like conventional Minecraft in that respect.
So, if you grew up playing the original, but you don’t quite like how the new version has turned out, this is definitely for you. There is definitely a lot to appreciate here, and it has all been designed to be as effective as possible, so it’s well worth just stopping, taking a look at what’s on offer, and trying out everything for yourself. You’ll definitely be glad that you did, which is a big part of what this pack was aiming for. It wanted to fix some of the major issues that the original had, and to be honest, it does that very well, so you should explore it if you have the time.
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