|Jun 14, 2013
|Apr 22, 2018
While roaming around in Minecraft with a full inventory packed with stacks of blocks, food, and items, where exactly do players store all of the stuff they’re carrying? Steve is just a regular guy with a shirt and some jeans, maybe 3 or 4 pockets max – there’s just a big gap in continuity here, you know? That’s why the Backpacks mod is so nice. While it does technically give the player another inventory window with 30 more slots of storage space to use, at least this mod makes players look like they’re carrying around bags loaded with stuff rather than just pulling it out of thin air.
The Backpacks mod is more than just a way to carry a chest on your back too. If you hold down the sneak key, SHIFT, by default, you can actually move items and equipment between your bag and any other chest or container you right-click while sneaking. Holding the sneak button is actually important for accessing the backpack inventory even if you aren’t trying to move items between containers, so that’s a thing you might want to make a note of if you’re thinking of trying the Backpacks mod. There are instructions and other information on the mod website for your convenience.
If you’re looking for a sense of realism in your Minecraft gameplay, then the Backpacks mod will do you right. But that expanded inventory is also a nice bonus. Who wouldn’t want to carry twice as much stuff in Minecraft, a game where inventory space is always at a premium for some reason? It’s just practical, kind of like pasting a backpack on someone’s back is practical since they have to be carrying their inventory somewhere. These are the two main benefits of the Backpacks mod, and they are both integrated well, with few bugs and errors.
Let's take a look at what Backpacks Mod has to offer.
- Normal Backpacks
- Craftable with leather and have 27 slots; Big Backpacks use tanned leather and have 54 slots.
- Colored Backpacks
- Craftable with any dye to add color to the backpack.
- Ender Backpack
- Portable ender chest that shares its contents with an ender chest.
- Recolor Backpacks
- Can be recolored using dye or the corresponding leather.
- Upgrading Backpacks
- Normal Backpacks can be upgraded to Big Backpacks by surrounding them with tanned leather.
- Bound Leather
- Craftable with leather and string to make tanned leather.
- Tanned Leather
- Crafted by burning Bound Leather in a furnace, with one coal being enough for 8 tanned leather.
How To Install Backpacks Mod
This guide will explain how to quickly download and install the Backpacks Mod with Forge for Minecraft.
Installing Minecraft Forge
Download and install the latest Forge version for your Minecraft version.
Download Backpacks Mod
Go to the download section and get the mod jar file.
Make sure to download a mod version that is compatible with the mod loader you have installed.
Install Backpacks Mod
Place the downloaded Backpacks mod jar file in your mods folder in the .minecraft directory.
Start the Minecraft launcher and make sure you have the Forge profile selected.
The game should load normally, as well as all mods and dependencies.
In the unlikely event of a crash, make sure you have the correct version of all mods installed and that all are compatible.
You can also request help via the developer's official links or by leaving a comment on this page.
📥 Backpacks Mod — Download
Something You Should Know
- Our links are only from the official developer, so you can be sure they are secure.
- No modifications or edits are made to the files.
🔄 Update Logs
- The 3D model was always rendered.
- NBT data was not correctly set when opened backpacked was moved to another slot.