Published on June 14th, 2023

We are pleased to announce the release of ExtremeLauncher, packed with several important updates and improvements.

One of the significant enhancements in this version is the resolution of the Forge support issue that arose in newer versions of Minecraft (1.16.5 and higher). Our development team has diligently worked to address this problem, ensuring that ExtremeLauncher now fully supports Forge in all Minecraft versions. Players can once again enjoy the benefits of Forge mods and extensions without any compatibility concerns.

In addition to the Forge fix, we have also focused on improving the handling of broken json and config files within the Launcher. Previously, encountering such files would cause the Launcher to crash, disrupting the user experience. However, with the latest update, ExtremeLauncher has implemented a smarter approach. Whenever broken json or config files are detected, the Launcher will now attempt to regenerate them automatically. This feature saves time and effort for users, eliminating the need to manually troubleshoot and fix these files.

Moreover, we have addressed an issue related to the build process of natives and libraries lists for the launch command. Previously, there were inaccuracies in the detection of 32/64-bit systems and operating systems, leading to unnecessary files being loaded during launch. With this fix, ExtremeLauncher now accurately detects the system architecture and operating system, ensuring that only the required files are loaded. This optimization results in a more efficient and seamless launching experience for players.

We value the feedback and support from our community, and these updates reflect our commitment to delivering a top-notch launcher that meets the needs and expectations of Minecraft players. We will continue to listen to your feedback and strive to improve ExtremeLauncher with each new release.