Best Minecraft modpacks

Minecraft can now be considered an “immortal” video game. Originally launched way back in 2009, Mojang’s title is still on the crest of the wave, despite not exactly having a cutting-edge technical sector. This also shows how important it is, in the long run, to have created a solid community of enthusiasts.

You too have understood the enormous potential that the latter has, so much so that you have decided to try the best modpacks for Minecraft , looking for pearls made by other users. I understand you: on the other hand, the creativity that the world of the Web puts into play in these contexts has already demonstrated on several occasions that it can give life to very intriguing productions.

In this context, in the arc of the guide I will first explain how you can easily access this world (believe me, now everything is much simpler than in the past), and then focus on some contents that are generally considered particularly valid (in any case, don’t worry: during the tutorial there will also be a way to provide you with a source that includes a lot of this type of content, so in the end you will also know where to manually find everything). If you are ready, below you can find all the details of the case: I just have to wish you good reading and have fun!


  • Best Minecraft Java modpacks
    • SkyFactory 4
    • Farming Valley
    • World of Dragons
  • Best Minecraft Bedrock modpacks

Best Minecraft Java modpacks

Before getting to the heart of the guide on the best modpacks for Minecraft , I think it might interest you to know more about this possibility.

Well, generally we refer to modpacks for what concerns the Java edition for PC of the video game developed by Mojang, as the latter is the version that historically sees the greatest involvement of the modder scene .

For the rest, in case you didn’t understand, modpacks are nothing more than packages containing multiple mods . However, there is an important difference compared to the latter: since it is a sort of collection of content created by the community, there is generally a common theme behind a package.

For example, a piece of content called World of Dragons will clearly sort out the entire gaming experience to ensure excellent satisfaction, both in terms of gameplay and in terms of content , for lovers of titles related to dragons.

In any case, while choosing the individual mods a user could have some problems in the homogeneity of the contents , relying on a good modpack it is generally possible to take advantage of a coherent experience , since there is the touch of the author, who will surely try to set mods to make everything work best.

In short, there is a reason why generally the most experienced users of Minecraft recommend to newbies who are starting to approach modding to start from modpacks , since the latter are already well configured by someone else and are clearly arranged so that there are no conflicts between the various mod.

I hope I have made you understand that behind a modpack there is more work than you might think, between optimization , configuration and choice of mods . Having said that, it’s time to explain how to install modpacks on Minecraft , obviously with regards to the Java version for PC of the game.

Clearly there are a lot of variables at play , so the installation procedure might differ depending on the modpack you choose, but generally it’s not anything complex. In fact, to simplify the installation procedure of modpacks (which would generally be distributed in ZIP files ), the well-known Curseforge portal , from which it is possible to find a lot of content created by the Minecraft community, has created a special application to do everything in a few clicks (which is currently still in Beta and contains some advertisements to support the creators of the mods as well).

In this context, once you reach the download page of the modpack on Curseforge (i.e. the File section ), just press the orange Install button first and then the No, I need CurseForge button .

By doing so, you will reach the official website of the CurseForge app : you just have to press the Download for Windows or Download for macOS button (depending on the platform at your disposal) to download the program. After that, you will have to start the installer and follow the instructions that appear on the screen.

To give you a concrete example, on Windows you will get the CurseForge – Installer.exe file , which you will have to start, then pressing the Yes and Next keys in succession . At this point, check the I have read and accepted the Overwolf Terms and Privacy Policy box and click the Next , Next and Accept and Install buttons in succession . Perfect, now the system will download and install the program and you just need to press the Start button to start.

At the first launch of the program, you can click on the Next button to follow the introductory tutorial to the program. Alternatively, you can click on Skip Intro to continue. In this way, you will find yourself in the main screen of the CurseForge app .

Now, click on the Minecraft box and press the Continue button (leaving Standard checked). Perfect, you have now correctly configured your Minecraft installation to quickly support modpacks.

To be clear, you can go to the Browse Modpacks tab , take a look at the various packages available and click the Install button to proceed. You will probably also find some content on the fly among those that I will indicate later in the guide, since these are particularly popular modpacks.

For the rest, if you want to install a specific modpack from the CurseForge website , now just move to the File tab and press the Install button , this time clicking on the Open CurseForge button , in order to proceed with the installation from the app you just set up.

By doing so, the download and installation of the modpacks will start automatically , which you will find in the My Modpacks section . You will probably have to wait a while for the process to complete, as some modpacks also include hundreds of mods .

In any case, once everything is finished, just hover the mouse over the modpack box and click the Play button (if you later want to uninstall the modpack , just right-click on the appropriate box and select the Delete option Profile ). In this way, all the necessary updates will be downloaded and you can start playing Minecraft by taking advantage of the content created by the community you have chosen.

Of course, you may be asked to log in with your Microsoft or Mojang account (in order to prove that you have regularly purchased the game), but then you will see that the modpack you have installed will already be selected at the bottom left : you don’t have to so click the PLAY button to start having fun (modpacks often add a proprietary main menu as well).

In short, as you can see, the world of mods has made great strides, so much so that nowadays even installing and managing a modpack containing hundreds of mods is essentially child’s play.

In any case, I remind you that, although CurseForge is a particularly popular portal (so much so that until recently it was owned by Twitch ) and generally considered safe, you are still downloading content made by the community and therefore you must always be careful for that. which concerns the security issue . In short, still pay attention to what you download. I clearly do not take any responsibility for the incorrect use of the information contained in this guide.

SkyFactory 4

Now that you know the modpacks configuration method for the Java PC version of Minecraft, it’s time to move on to the best content of this type. In this regard, I can only start from darkosto’s SkyFactory 4 .

Playable in both single player and multiplayer , this modpack makes use of hundreds of community-made content to completely rewrite the experience offered by the Mojang title. To be clear, it is a modpack based on the historic SkyBlock .

You start with a very small floating island and have very few resources available. From then on it will be your ability to count: you will have to create a bit of everything by doing your best and expanding your possibilities to excess.

This is a content certainly suitable for lovers of SkyBlock and construction on Minecraft : by trying this modpack, you can test yourself.

Farming Valley

If you are a building lover but the aforementioned SkyFactory 4 doesn’t suit you too much, a modpack that could be for you is Farming Valley by Kehaan . To be clear, it is a content created by the community freely inspired by video games such as Stardew Valley .

In fact, in this case you are called to build and manage a farm , which in reality can also become a sort of small town . In short, if selling your crop to earn money is a type of business you appreciate, here you will find bread for your teeth.

The commitment made in the mod is particularly high: on the other hand, it is no coincidence that there are already millions of users who have decided to give themselves to agriculture through this modpack. Among other things, the content has in some ways received the approval of Eric Barone , better known as ConcernedApe, or the developer of the well-known game Stardew Valley .

To be clear, the latter has granted the creators of the modpack the authorization to use some music coming from the aforementioned title contextually to the game menu . Evidence of the authorization obtained was published on Imgur .

World of Dragons

Could dragons be missing in a tutorial dedicated to community-made content? Clearly not and in fact I am going to point out the existence of the World of Dragons modpack by Kreezxil .

The content throws you into a magical world dotted with dragons , which will constantly test your skills . I don’t want to give you too many spoilers about this modpack, as it is an experience that is good to carry on as it should without knowing too much what the community has added.

Simply, if you are a dragon lover, you might be interested in installing the modpack and starting a game. You will see that most likely you will not regret it .

Best Minecraft Bedrock modpacks

How do you say? Do you usually play Minecraft through the Bedrock version of the game, which is the one available for Windows 10 and later (eg Windows 11 ), mobile devices and consoles and would you like to have modpacks similar to those available for the Java version ? Don’t worry, I have a solution for you.

In fact, although the Bedrock version is much less used for mods and it is therefore much more complex to find modpack (I do not recommend downloading files from external sites, since, as far as feasible, they could cause security problems to your device. ).

In this context, however, it must be remembered that the Bedrock version of Minecraft includes an official Marketplace , accessible via a special button on the game’s home screen.

Among the various categories available within the latter, there is also the one called Mash-up packages (accessible by pressing, once inside the Marketplace , first on the Texture button and more and then on the All mash- up ).

Well, this type of packages, available for a fee through Minecoin or for free , are officially published but also made by the community of enthusiasts. Plus, they often contain a bit of everything, from skins to worlds , to texture packs . In short, in some ways they could be defined as modpacks in another guise .

In short, you might certainly be interested in taking a look at my guide on how to put mods on Minecraft PE , in order to better understand how the aforementioned Mash-up Packages can be installed .

Net of this, I would like to provide you with some advice regarding some contents of this type that I believe are well done. Below is a list that you might find intriguing.

  • Norse Mythology Mash-up (990 Minecoin, or € 6.99): This is an official Minecraft add-on mash-up pack, which includes 47 skins, a world and a texture pack. If you are planning to enter Valhalla, this is the content for you.
  • STAR WARS (1340 Minecoin, or 8.49 euros): another official package that does not need too many explanations and which integrates 36 skins, a world and a texture pack. Reference is also made to the popular TV series The Mandalorian.
  • Mount Olympus by Razzleberries (Free): While not really a mash-up package (I told you that the Bedrock version is a bit more complex to find this content), this content adds 8 skins and a world, clearly linked to the gods Greek. It is therefore very close to a modpack and you may in fact want to try it.

In short, despite all the interesting contents are not lacking also for what concerns the Bedrock version of Minecraft . For the rest, net of the specific advice I made during the tutorial, now you also know where to find and how to install the content, so I’m sure you’ll find what’s right for you.

For the rest, since you are a fan of the Mojang game, I would recommend that you take a look at the page of my site dedicated to Minecraft , where you can also find many other guides that could be useful during your gaming sessions. .

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