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10 Best Datapacks for Minecraft 1.19 (Download & Install Guide)

10 Best Datapacks for Minecraft 1.19 (Download & Install Guide)

 Minecraft is well-known for its moddability, with dozens of modifications ranging from minor quality-of-life tweaks to major biome and game overhauls, such as RLCraft.

10 Best Datapacks for Minecraft 1.19 (Download & Install Guide)
10 Best Data packs for Minecraft 1.19 (Download & Install Guide)

Data packs are used by server owners and single users who wish to spice up their gameplay to acquire the world of their desires. They are similar to modifications in that they only influence the world in which they are put rather than all worlds.

There are, however, a few data packs that everyone should try at least once. This article covers ten such advancements that will improve everyone's gaming.


Top 10 datapacks to try in Minecraft 1.19 update

10- Minecraft Manhunt But You Have No Friends

The data pack is based on Dream's popular manhunt videos, in which his pals attempt to track him down while he hunts for and kills the Ender Dragon.

This data pack adds the option of engaging an AI-controlled adversary whose sole objective is to kill the player before the Dragon is defeated. As a result, solitary players may enjoy the thrill of a manhunt without the effort of setting up a server and creating an account for a bot.


9- Spawner Craft

On the surface, this data pack appears modest, especially in comparison to some of the other products on this list. It just adds two new abilities, both of which are linked to crafting. The first is the ability to make spawners, which are now limited to pig spawners. There is no method to gather spawners in the base game. They are also destroyed when shattered, even with a silk touch.

10 Best Datapacks for Minecraft 1.19 (Download & Install Guide)
10 Best Datapacks for Minecraft 1.19 (Download & Install Guide)

Second, the data pack provides the ability to construct the game's countless spawn eggs. They are not available in the base game (survival). These eggs can be used to alter the contents of a constructed spawner. Because most monsters do not have spawners in vanilla, the datapack expands the available types of spawners.


8- New in Town: The Settler’s Experience

The datapack is staged and narrative-driven. In this game, players develop, build, and defend modular villages from invading Nether armies before bringing the war to the Nether itself. It also allows you to construct your own Nether castle.

No, this datapack was not created in response to the release of Minecraft: Legends. Because the datapack is nearly two years old, Mojang has some explaining to do. In all seriousness, New in Town: The Settler's Experience introduces a slew of exciting new gameplay aspects to the game.


7- Enchantment+

In many aspects, this datapack tries to improve and rework the vanilla enchanting system. The first method is to extend the ability to have Level X enchantments beyond the standard maximum. Players can also utilize ore and other expensive things to directly enchant equipment, rather of paying for enchantments in experience. This is also an excellent strategy to avoid returning to an enderman farm for the ninth time in one Minecraft day.

In addition, there are over 20 custom enchantments in the game, which range from autosmelting damaged ores and blocks to raising a player's maximum life value. Players can also disenchant their things, transferring the enchantments to books to reuse on other objects if necessary.


6- Drowned Cities

Rather than the dinky small shacks that the vanilla game deems underwater ruins, this datapack adds enormous submerged cities to Minecraft that players may explore if they are courageous enough to endure the marine hazards.

10 Best Datapacks for Minecraft 1.19 (Download & Install Guide)
10 Best Datapacks for Minecraft 1.19 (Download & Install Guide)

These major cities have redesigned loot, which includes the following:

  • Emeralds
  • Books that are enchanted
  • Leather
  • Iron
  • Gold
  • Enchanting bottles
  • Personalized name tags
  • Coral
  • Copper oxidized
  • Fish
  • Kelp
  • Prismarine
  • Sponges

The datapack is fantastic for gamers who believe that the redesigned vanilla ocean is insufficient and want additional reasons to dive into the merciless blue.


5- Dungeon Now Loading

Dungeon Now Loading is a datapack that tries to provide over ten vanilla-like random buildings with unique bosses to Minecraft. It introduces a new advancement system to aid progression, as well as new goods and a redesigned health system.

The constructions include a massive beehive known as the Hivenest, an underground oasis hidden underneath enormous deserts, and railway stations held prisoner by pillaging barbarians. The bosses include enormous bees, ghosts, priests, and a new illusion who may harm the player. This datapack is ideal for those seeking a challenge while preserving everything that distinguishes the base game.


4- Nullscape

The Nullscape data pack intends to completely rebuild the End dimension while staying true to its identity: a barren wasteland of pure emptiness, where one mistake means plummeting forever.

The data pack raises the dimension's height limit to 384. New biomes like shattered islands, floating valleys, and crystalline peaks will be strewn around the End, providing a new and fresh flavor to a dimension that essentially only exists in vanilla for Enderman farming and earning elytra.


3- True Survival

This data pack tries to improve the game's survival aspects without detracting from the game's more creative features, as well as fill in any holes left by Mojang.

10 Best Datapacks for Minecraft 1.19 (Download & Install Guide)
10 Best Datapacks for Minecraft 1.19 (Download & Install Guide)

True Survival has over 100 features, thus listing them all would be difficult. Though the creator has discussed everything in a YouTube video, some of the most noteworthy aspects are as follows:

  • Minecraft campfires are quite similar to Terraria's in that players may toss logs into them to heal three hearts in 15 seconds.
  • Zombies will deplete the player's hunger when they attack, however, this may be mitigated by donning chainmail armor, which is now craftable using chains.
  • Players can revert pillagers to normal villagers by using a weakness splash potion and naming them with a name tag.
  • Most hostile monsters drop emeralds at varying rates based on the rarity of the mob, how readily it can be farmed, and the complexity of the game.

This is a fantastic data pack for people looking to play Minecraft in a whole different way. It serves as a bridge between regular and hardcore settings, being harder than the former while being more forgiving than the latter.


2- Terralith but Datapack

Terralith intends to redesign the overworld, introducing 85 new biomes to vanilla Minecraft while redesigning and upgrading the current biomes. The transformation goes beyond the surface, with new underground biomes and caves constructed of whole new stone kinds.

There really are realistic biomes like the Highlands and Yellowstone, as well as fantastical biomes like Skylands and Mirage Isles. Even the most ardent gamer will be kept engaged for hours by the exploring potential.


1- Incendium

Nullscape accomplishes for the Nether what Incendium does for the End. This data pack does not attempt to replace the modifications made in 1.16, but rather enhance and add to them.

There are eight new biomes and 10 new structures, with more to come in the future. Pigling Castle is one of these new monuments, and it illustrates how great piglin culture was before its downfall. The datapack also makes the Nether more difficult to explore while also making it more rewarding to explore, especially late in the game, which is a welcome change given that most players only return to the realm after defeating the Ender Dragon to set up a Nether hub and do very little exploration of the dimension itself.

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