Modrinth Beta: A Sleek Upgrade for Modded Minecraft

Modrinth App on Linux
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Breaking New Grounds: The Beta release of Modrinth launcher for Minecraft is now available for wider testing, boasting enhanced features and bug fixes.

The team aims to revolutionize the modded Minecraft landscape with its sleek and professional design. The walk-through on first use provides a seamless experience, guiding users through Minecraft and website logins, and launcher functionality

Key Features Include:

  • Full support for vanilla, Forge, Fabric, and Quilt.
  • Compatibility with Windows, macOS, and Linux.
  • Modrinth modpack importing and exporting.
  • Instance importing from various launchers, including MultiMC, GDLauncher, ATLauncher, CurseForge, and Prism Launcher.
  • Individual mod management within modpacks.
  • Parallel running of different modded instances.
  • Viewing and sharing of current and historical logs.
  • Auto-updater for continuous updates.
  • Interactive tutorial for core features.
  • High performance, driven by Rust and Tauri (not Electron!).
  • Fully open-source under the GNU GPLv3 license.

Recent security enhancements include in-house authentication, two-factor authentication, and scoped personal access tokens. Modrinth now supports login options beyond GitHub, including Discord, Microsoft, Google, Steam, and GitLab.

This expansion showcases Modrinth’s commitment to a user and developer-friendly platform, emphasizing open-source principles. For further details, dive into their blog post and witness the growing influence of Modrinth in the realm of Minecraft modding.

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