What are Continuum Shaders?
It’s a high-quality, realistic lighting pack for Minecraft that makes the daytime look white and blue with warm evening illumination. At night it transitions to very bright interior settings perfect for exploring dark caves or solving challenging puzzles! Add this fantastic update today if you want more adventures in your game worlds on PC/Mac editions only though.
The Continuum Shaderpack mod 1.15.2→ 1.12.2 is actually an addition to another popular game, Cody Darr’s Shaderpack. It just sharpens up the lighting effects found in SEUS and was made specifically to work with it; however, if you want better performance or fluidity when playing Minecraft on your computer then be prepared because this particular modification will demand even more power than usual from any machine available today!
- Global Illumination – The scattering of light from the world
- Volumetric Clouds – Fully procedural 3D clouds
- PCSS Soft Shadows – High Quality variable soft shadows
- Parallax Occlusion Mapping – 3D rendering on blocks
- Physically Based Rendering – High quality lighting and reflections
- Phisically Correct Water Caustics – High quality light refraction based off wave height
- Volumetric Light – 3D light shafts
- Extended Shadow Distance – Fully infinate shadows
- Varying Weather System – Fully dynamic weather that changes day to day
We’re talking about using multiple, powerful graphics cards to render all the lighting effects, that kind of work. Some people might say this is taking shaders a little too far, that Minecraft was inherently supposed to be a simple game and by complicating things like this, you lose a little bit of that simple joy.
How to install:
- Download and install Minecraft Forge.
- Download and install Optifine HD.
- Download and install GLSL Shaders.
- Open Minecraft and go to “Options”.
- Click on Shaders and select “Open shaderpacks folder”.
- Drag Continuum Shaders into the folder.
- Select Continuum Shaders and select “Done”.