Limitless Texture Pack 1.20, 1.20.4 → 1.19.4

Limitless Texture Pack

Minecraft needs some improvements to keep up with newer video games. Fortunately, there are a lot of resource packs on the internet that you can download to make the graphics much better. One of them we’re going to show you today is the brand new Limitless texture pack, which has a lot of photorealistic textures. This means that the blocks and items are based on real images.

Firewolf Texture Pack 1.17, 1.17.1 → 1.8

Firewolf Texture Pack

Firewolf texture pack has some special features to offer. At first, when you see the screenshots, you will have the feeling that the colors are very warm and the textures are cartoon-style. However, this appearance is a bit deceptive. The warm colors are the result of Sildur’s Vibrant Shader, which the creator used for the shots.

Conquest Texture Pack 1.19, 1.19.4 → 1.18.2

Conquest Texture Pack

There is a suitable Minecraft texture pack for almost every theme. This thesis also fits in this case, because the Conquest texture pack is perfect for a medieval map. There is a special connection with the original John Smith pack, because the textures were originally based on it.

Stratum Texture Pack 1.20, 1.20.4 → 1.19.4

Stratum Texture Pack

Computers have become more and more powerful in recent years and therefore video games have also become more realistic. To be honest, you can’t include regular Minecraft here, because the graphics are very simple, but fortunately that can be changed. One approach would be to install the Stratum texture pack for Minecraft.

1×1 Texture Pack 1.19, 1.19.4 → 1.18.2

1x1 Texture Pack

Many creative Minecraft projects have been released over time. One of them is the Faithful 1×1 texture pack that we’re going to show you now. It is absolutely unique because it is so incredibly simple and reduces the pixels to a minimum.

MineBricks Texture Pack (Minecraft LEGO®)

MineBricks Texture Pack

LEGO® sets can be found in many children’s rooms around the world. However, video games have also become increasingly popular, including Minecraft. In fact, there are some parallels, because both games consist largely of blocks (bricks) and both come from Scandinavia. That’s why there are many people who see Minecraft as LEGO® for older people.

PewDiePie Texture Pack for Minecraft

PewDiePie Texture Pack

Which texture pack does PewDiePie use? Many gamers have been wondering which texture pack PewDiePie uses as he has recently started uploading Minecraft videos on YouTube again. The likable Swede has an enormous reach on the internet and has brought more people back to playing the game.

oCd Texture Pack 1.20, 1.20.4 → 1.19, 1.19.4

oCd Texture Pack

You probably don’t know the oCd texture pack yet, but that doesn’t matter. It was originally released by the owner of the YouTube channel FVDisco to make his Minecraft videos look more beautiful. For sure, the pack has made the Australian, who is also a talented mapmaker, even more famous. However, that was back in 2011 and a lot has happened since then.

Faithful PBR Texture Pack 1.20, 1.20.4 → 1.19.4

Faithful PBR Texture Pack

With the help of raytracing shaders you can make Minecraft much more realistic. Shader packs have various new effects such as water reflection, block lighting, shadows and better clouds. Whereas a texture pack is responsible for changing all textures.