Try Minecraft Java’s original Hardcore mode in Bedrock Edition! Locked at the hardest difficulty: fend off much stronger and dangerous mobs, find food as you can starve continously; and, the hardest part about it is: have only one life!
created by: r4isen1920
pack version: v2.0
- Simply import and then apply it to an existing or new world! No setup needed! For the best results in Multiplayer mode, apply the resource pack as a host – and make sure to tick the checkbox to apply for all players who joins in as well!
- Applying latest version: To apply the latest version of the add-on, first, delete the current add-on that is imported in your Minecraft, and then import the upated one from the download links provided below.
Hardcore Mode Features
Hardcore mode in Minecraft features as follows:
- Hardest difficulty only. You cannot switch to the Easy diffuculty, specially the Peaceful one! All mobs deal more damage – such as Skeletons have greater accuracy of shooting you & Zombies tend to spawn more often in the dark – and you won’t easily replenish your Heart if you do not eat as you can get starved much more than any other difficulties.
- Only one life & Spectator Mode. Once you die, its game over! Spectate the world to see what progress you’ve done – as you can no longer modify the world in spectator mode.
- Spectator Mode: You cannot hurt mobs/players nor destroy blocks once you die. If you want to fly, you can enable the Education Edition from your World Settings:
- In multiplayer, if a player dies, its game over for the rest too; or, make each player have their individual one life. This can be adjusted by simply typing /function hc/mode_0 or /function hc/mode_1 to toggle between the two mode options!
- Mode_1: This option features only one life shared by players in a world. If someone dies in this world, the rest of the players – and anyone who joins can no longer continue.
- Mode_0: This option features individual lives for each player(s) in a world. If someone dies, the rest of the player can continue playing – but still only have one life.
- For more detailed explanation, here’s a video below for demonstration.
- The video below is outdated for the current version. A latest video will be uploaded in the next patch.
- Rewritten behavior code. For a much stable experience, I have rewritten the behavior code so that you should experience less lag and further improve the add-on's stabilization in-game.
- Added custom UI title. See the pause screen/menu!
- Implemented forced gamerules.
- Inventory management improved. You should no longer obtain unwanted items even by using /give command on certain items!
- Tweaked the usage of mob potions to improve the game's FPS somehow.
- You should no longer take damage even when you are in Spectator mode, when near a melee hostile mob.
- Moved the two options by using a function command instead.
- Used the player's behavior instead of relying too much on commands.
- Revoked the needs of Experimental Gameplay just to run the add-on.
- Enhanced Flying. You can now optionally fly like the same as if you're in the Creative mode! Requires Education Edition to be enabled in your World Settings.
- Optimized texts. Removed the 'actionbar' text, added different languages for the term "Spectate World" via the infamous Google Translate. Translations are not 100% accurate. You can contribute and help for this simple translation by contacting me on Twitter.
- Performance Optimizations. Frame rate drop is now reduced when the whole function is triggered.
- Enhanced Spectator. To fly, just jump, then you'll glide slowly back to the ground! This is the only option for now, but I will update it as much as possible! Also, you can no longer hurt mobs or players once you die.
- Added 'Options'. See description for more info.
- Others. Tweaked some texts to make it noticeable.
- Note: Apply the add-on's Behavior Pack on top, specially if you are using multiple addons. If you experience lag, make sure to reduce the amount of addon(s) currently imported into your world!
- If the add-on didn't work somehow, make sure that you have checked if the Behavior Pack is doing fine.