Scroll down to the bottom of the page and click on our Forge Hax Client Download link,
this will redirect you to the clients official github page!
Forgehax has fewer modules than most of the clients I have previously reviewed, Forgehax does however offer its users both pvp and utility modules. Anyways let’s have a look at some of the PVP and Render related modules.
Before we jump into the offered modules, It is important to state that unlike most hacked clients Forgehax is mainly managed through the command line. You cannot adjust each module’s settings through the gui like all of the other clients I have reviewed.
Here are some modules offered by the client
This module has a few settings and works decently, but it definitely isn’t as fast or smart as other clients.
This module works, but it does not have any offhand modes built in making it less useful during pvp.
This module actually has quite a few settings, this lets you customize how much knock back you take when you take damage.
I think it is fair to say that Forgehax is an interesting project. I am not the biggest fan of how the client is managed through the command line, but this is mainly because I couldn’t remember what settings each module had or how to change them.
I found myself constantly loading up the wiki page looking for help.
This may not be an issue for long time users, but I am too lazy to learn all of that for the use of 1 client. Personally I would just stick to other more pvp or utility specific clients.
In my opinion if you are going to go through the trouble of creating a GUI, why not add the module’s settings to it? I am not against the command line settings, they just seem a little out of place.
Basically what I am trying to say is that I don’t personally find the hassle of configuring modules to be worth the time. The modules offered by forgehax are okay but they definitely aren’t god tier.
I think most people would be better off with other free alternatives.
The linked video below is part of my CCO (Complete Client Overview) series, a segment I curate on my gaming-centric YouTube channel. This particular episode embodies my commitment to thoroughly test and review various clients to provide you with a convenient, comprehensive overview.
Through this series, I aim to assist and guide my audience by sharing valuable information, making it easier for you to choose a Minecraft Client. Whether you’re a seasoned gamer or new to the scene, these episodes are crafted to be an essential resource for your convenience and informed decision-making.
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