You’ve probably heard of the Minecraft Texture Packs, which you can find and install on Xbox One, Playstation 4, or PC. There are many of them, many free, and they can all make your game more realistic. They enhance the graphics and the gameplay.
The weapons are changed – they are much cooler now – you will see the grass in HD, and fighting enemies will feel much real. It’s almost like playing another video game. Even the explosions are better, it all turns to fire with longer flames. We have written this article to tell you which one’s are the best out there.
Best Minecraft Texture Packs
This is the oldest Minecraft Texture Pack out there, and the original creator still supports it. It has a 32x scale, and it was introduced with Mojang textures at 16x Vallina. It focuses on the new HD x64.
This mod comes with random animated mobs, paintings, and villagers, and you get to experience daytime and nighttime and their fullest, and they seem so real – especially the night sky.
For better skies, you will need OptiFine, HD font, lightning, mobs, guis, terrain blocks, and biome colors. In case you don’t know, OptiFine is a Minecraft optimization mod that allows Minecraft to run faster.
LB Photo Realism Reload
This is probably the best Minecraft Texture Pack because it comes with a photo-realistic resource pack that’s based on LB Photo Realism. The Reloaded version comes with old textures of LBPR. The main goal is to make the game look as realistic as possible and to make it attractive for the new players.
It comes with multiple wood textures, new, better villager’s faces. And when you open the door, be sure you’ll do it in HD. Due to the fact that it is close to the default Minecraft textures, you won’t have any problems starting to play with it.
Lithos comes with many Mods support, and it’s something not many do. The goal is the familiarization of the default Minecraft textures, and the construction blocks are similar when it comes to color & brightness if we are to compare them to the default blocks. It replaced all the default textures, and new, stylish one appears, with amazing detail and random alternate textures.
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