Minecraft – All the biomes you can find in the Nether

Minecraft’s Nether has come a long way since the game began and now there are plenty of new biomes to discover! In today’s guide, we’re going to show you all of the Nether biomes available at this point in time.

Traveling to the Nether can be a very risky task in Minecraft as it is a high risk region but it also offers high rewards. There are a considerable amount of biomes you can find there right now, and that’s what we’re going to talk about today.

All nether biomes in Minecraft

In no particular order, you can find the following biomes:

Ruins of the Nether

The ruins of the Nether are its standard biome, and in the beginning we actually only had ruins. But these days there are several game structures here like the Nether Strongholds where you can find lots of valuable resources.

Purple forest

It is one of the two forested biomes of the Nether and has a dark red color scheme. There are some locals in this mysterious forest, like the hoglin and the zombified piglet. You will also find rare structures such as dilapidated portals in this biome.

Warped forest

The warped forest is home to much less intimidating watercolor trees, but if you stay here long enough you will hear some very annoying noises. Like its sister biome, it contains rare structures and blocks such as the Nile.

Basalt deltas

According to some people, the Basalt Delta is the most dangerous biome in the Nether. Ghasts rule this biome along with the Magma Cubes, which are much smaller but much riskier. Crossing this area is very difficult, so a drink against fall damage is always recommended here.

Soul Sand Valley

In this valley are the remains of huge creatures. Often large bone structures protrude from the ground, and skeletons are often found. As in the basalt deltas, this valley has some of the scariest sounds you will hear in Minecraft.

Minecraft is an electronic game of the sandbox and survival genres that does not require any specific objectives to be achieved, giving players freedom of choice in how to play the game. However, there is a system of achievements and a final boss that must be defeated

Minecraft was originally launched by Mojang in 2009 and has versions for iOS, Android, PC, PS Vita, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One, Nintendo 3DS, and Nintendo Switch.