There are many advancements or achievements in Minecraft, both Java and Bedrock editions. Adventuring Time, which is possible in both editions, is an interesting advancement.
Advancements are milestones that can be earned by doing many things. Some are easier than others, such as the Adventuring Time advancement. This requires players to dedicate a lot of effort and time to the game.
The advancement is available in both Java Edition and Bedrock Editions, but they differ slightly from each other. It is easier to achieve advancement in Bedrock Edition than in Java Edition.
The Bedrock edition allows players to achieve this achievement by finding 17 biomes within the game. The goal is that, despite the fact that there are 61 biomes, the player only needs to find 17 biomes to achieve this achievement.
This advancement is more difficult in Java Edition. Players will need to visit all 50 Overworld biomes in order to obtain the Adventuring Time advancement. This is more difficult because there are so many biomes that are extremely rare, such as badlands and mushroom islands.
It will require players to dedicate a lot of effort to visit every biome in order to gain advancement.
This is a huge task and players have two options to make it happen. They can ignore it and continue exploring the world, gaining it gradually over time.
If players are looking to keep their focus on the advancement, they could make a list of all biomes that they must visit and then tick off each one as they are visited. They will be able keep track of all biomes left to visit, and all that have been visited in Minecraft.