The Continuum Shaders 1.17.1→1.16.5/1.12.2 will make your world more colorful and vibrant, it becomes much more realistic. With exclusive permission from the original author to create this heavily modded version, dotModded is thee only person in the world with a legitimate claim for using that work as his own creation by creating “The Continuum Shaderpack”.
The Continuum Shaderpack is a standalone mod that doesn’t require any other software or add-ons to function. While it’s based on the original SEUS pack, players who have used this will see some similarities in terms of clouds and sky colors as well as realistic shadows moving along with their movements changes by day; all lighting effects here are top notch!
Continuum Shaderpack is a great replacement for those who are tired of using SEUS. It’s not required to function, but it does have some pretty cool lighting effects like realistic clouds and shadows that move with the sun!
- Global Lighting
- Procedurally Generated 3D Clouds
- High Quality Soft Shadows
- Parallax Occlusion Mapping
- High Quality Lighting and Reflections
- Refraction of Light
- Volumetric Light
- Dynamic Weather Effects
Getting to the requirements, this is not one of those Lite shader mods that will sort of work with integrated graphics. Unless you’re using a GPU and it has at least 3GB VRAM in order for the Continuum Shaderpack’s more complex lighting effects (Nvidia cards only) or 4K resolution on higher-end gaming machines like GTX 1080; Results are best when running Minecraft at Full HD Resolution max settings which produced around 30 FPS during testing. For weaker rigs there is also an even lower powered version called “Lite Mode” created by b3wardythird featuring less detailed environments but allows users without strong graphic capabilities enjoy what
- Requires Forge
- Requires GLSL Shaders Mod
- Requires Optifine
How to install Continuum Shaders?
- The first step is to download and install the GLSL Shaders Mod on your Minecraft client!
- Now go to:
- Windows => %appdata%\.minecraft
- Mac OS X => ~/Library/Application Support/minecraft
- Linux => ~/.minecraft
- Search for the “shaderpacks” folder.
- Move the downloaded .zip into the shaderpacks folder.
- Now you can select shader in-game from Options/Shaders!
- That was all!