Give your Minecraft a completely new look and feel by simply installing new Minecraft Resource Packs, also known as a Texture Pack. As a result you can make your game extremely detailed, realistic, modern or even minimalistic. All without impacting your performance or FPS.
If you further want to customise your game, consider taking a look at our favourite Minecraft Shader Packs. These will give your game entirely new graphics. Most importantly, these shaders add water shaders, shadows, optical flares and so much more.
Realistic Minecraft Resource Packs
These Texture Packs will make your game look closer to realism, perfect if you want a more RPG themed Resource Pack.
A 32x resource pack, with large support for hundreds of mods. Doku Craft comes in a variety of different version including: Light, High, and Dark.
Pure BDcraft Resource Pack
PureBDcraft transforms your Minecraft experience and makes it look like a comic. All blocks, creatures, items and UI are designed in high definition. They are full of fun details and geeky references. In addition, it takes advantage of Minecraft’s new models to provide a completely new and unique experience.
ModernaHD is a minimalistic and modern resource pack that goes great with any modern building or infrastructure. Another tip, the pack will also look excellent paired together with a Minecraft Shader Pack.
Flows HD Revival
FlowsHD is a simple, minimalistic and organic resource pack. It’s been used by the popular Minecraft YouTuber Keralis, featured in modern builds and tutorials on how to build a modern Minecraft house. Furthermore, it also benefits from adding shaders to your game.
Minecraft Resource Pack installation
How to install a Minecraft Resource Pack:
- Download your favourite pack
- Start Minecraft
- Select “Options” -> “Resource Packs”
- Click “Open Resource Packs Folder”
- Place the pack you downloaded in this folder
- Select the pack from the Resource Pack list in game
- Press done and enjoy!
Bonus tip: Install the performance mod Optifine, to get the most out of your game. It will help optimise Minecraft. Hence, giving it more FPS, less lag and also support for high resolution resource packs and custom fonts, as a result.
In conclusion, which Resource Pack was your favourite? Let us know in the comments!