You have probably seen a Minecraft trailer before. These videos show the official Minecraft Trailer texture pack as well as realistic animations that don’t exist in the game. Some players complain that the teasers have nothing in common with the real game mechanics. Especially videos with titles like “Trailer vs. Reality” are clicked millions of times. The differences are serious in some cases. Understandably, some people see the trailers as false advertising. That’s why developers from the community released their add-ons. This means that you can make Minecraft look like the trailer. So the Trailer texture pack for Minecraft is also good to make disgruntled fans happy again.
The blocks are simplistic and have less detail. The colors are more cheerful and this makes the gameplay more child-friendly. Furthermore, the mobs move more realistically. The highlight is the zombies and creepers. Villagers and Pillagers were also inspired by the trailers. They have new facial expressions and sometimes wink at you or raise their eyebrows. There are new facial features for almost all mobs. Overall, the combination of the trailer textures and trailer animations creates the best Trailer texture pack for Minecraft. It’s only logical that the pack has already been downloaded many times. By the way, the project was previously called Minecraft Promo Art resource pack. However, the name doesn’t matter, because the quality is still great with the new name. The graphics still look like they did in the Minecraft commercials.
Furthermore, the development progress is 100% complete. The creators invest a lot of time in this hobby and therefore you should appreciate their work. Write a comment if you like it. Many gamers would like to see the Trailer resource pack added to Minecraft vanilla in the future. This would be important for console gamers since they can’t import packs from the internet. We support this wish, as there are not many free texture packs available in the Marketplace.
The Trailer pack is compatible with these Minecraft versions: 1.19.4 – 1.19.3 – 1.19.2 – 1.19.1 – 1.19 – 1.18.2 – 1.18.1 – 1.18 – 1.17.1 – 1.17 – 1.16.5 – 1.16 – 1.15.2 – 1.15 – 1.14.4 – 1.14 – 1.13.2 – 1.13 – 1.12.2 – 1.12 – 1.11.2 – 1.11 – 1.10.2 – 1.10 – 1.9.4 – 1.9 – 1.8.9 – 1.8
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How to make Minecraft look like the Trailers
The texture pack installation is unique for every Minecraft edition. You need to install different programs for each device. Fortunately, all files are free. You have to spend about five minutes on the installation. After that, you can start playing with the Trailer shader and Trailer resource pack. You don’t need modpacks.
Bedrock Edition (mobile):
Step 1: Scroll down to the downloads linked below this guide and click on the link for the MCPACK file.
Step 2: Click on the downloaded file and start the import. All new textures will be added to Minecraft PE.
Step 3: Go to “Global Resources” in the settings and select the pack.
Java Edition (PC):
Step 1: Read our OptiFine installation guide. Once the mod is ready to use, download the Complementary shaders and Trailer shader settings. Our Complementary review will teach you how to install the shaders. You will need to move the shader pack and the downloaded settings to the shader folder. The settings need to be a TXT file and have the correct version in the name. For example, the shaders file must be named “ComplementaryShaders_v4.1.zip”. If you use a newer version, you logically have to change the filenames. The result is that you can use the best shader configurations with the Trailer texture pack to make Minecraft look like the trailer.
Step 2: Download the Trailer texture pack from our download section below this tutorial. You’ll also need to download an animation and PBR add-on (Project: OverSimplified). The first thing you need to do is to download the Fresh Animations texture pack and the Fresh Animations x Bare Bones add-on. We have listed the best settings in the linked Fresh Animations texture pack post. You also need to download Bare Bones PBR (Project: OverSimplified). Then start Minecraft and navigate to the “Resource Packs” in the “Options”. Click on “Open Pack Folder” at the bottom left and move the downloaded ZIP files into this folder. Move the mouse over the pack icons one by one and click on the arrows pointing to the right. This activates the textures.
Step 3: Order the packs correctly. At the top is “ABBPBR (now called OverSimplified)”, then comes “Fresh Animations x Bare Bones”, below that “Fresh Animations” and at the bottom “Bare Bones”.
Step 4: Finish the texture pack installation by clicking on the “Done” button. Minecraft will now look like in the promo cinematics. If your PC has bad hardware, disable APBBPR and all shaders. This will allow you to boost the FPS and everything will look the same.
Trailer Texture Pack Download
All Trailer texture pack download links are listed here. They are the base and can be extended by add-ons.
[MCPACK] Download Trailer Texture Pack– Scroll to the download section on the 3rd party website.
[16x] [1.19.X] Download Trailer Texture Pack
[16x] [1.18.X] Download Trailer Texture Pack
[16x] [1.17.X] Download Trailer Texture Pack
[16x] [1.16.X – 1.15.X] Download Trailer Texture Pack
[16x] [1.14.X – 1.13.X] Download Trailer Texture Pack
[16x] [1.12.X – 1.11.X] Download Trailer Texture Pack
[16x] [1.10.X – 1.9.X] Download Trailer Texture Pack
[16x] [1.8.X] Download Trailer Texture Pack
[16x] [1.14.X] Download Traverse Mod Add-on
[16x] [1.14.X] Download Terrestria Mod Add-on
[16x] [1.14.X] Download Biomes O’ Plenty Mod Add-on
[16x] [1.12.X] Download Botania Mod Add-on
[16x] [1.12.X] Download Storage Drawers Mod Add-on
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update. after useing the animations mod without the textures. i noticed cats and foxes still dont have pupils. So its the mod not the textures
some instructions for what i do with the settings txt is not very understandable? and its not a download link. i had to copy and paste into a txt file.
And wheres the “LINKED POST” for the best settings?
idk if i did it? but i noticed the black cat has no pupils
wish there was a x64 version ..