Minecraft is one of the biggest and most creative games in the world. Minecraft 1.18 only adds to that, setting the groundwork for even more community engagement. If you're looking for the latest Minecraft 1.18 texture packs, this is what you should know.
Latest - Battered Old Stuff
Battered Old Stuff is a texture pack inspired by the looks of old. It features blocks that just have a certain quaintness to them. If you want your world to feel just a little older, this is a great choice.
How to use texture packs in Minecraft
Firstly, you can find texture packs in the Minecraft store. This will cost you some money but is perhaps the easiest way of getting nice custom packs for your game.
If you want packs for free but may require a little bit of hassle, here's how you do so.
First, look for a texture pack you like and get it downloaded onto your PC. From here, go into your options menu.
After this, click on the "Resource Packs" tab and click "Open Pack Folder". Move your texture pack into the folder it finds.
Click on whatever pack you want to use and then click done. This will boot up your next world with the current texture pack. Try to not combine too many together or your world could end up looking a bit funny.
Best texture packs for Minecraft 1.18
Before we start, it's important to note that Minecraft 1.18 just came out. This means that Texture Packs have a while to catch up with everything. They may be a little buggy at the start. Our list will mostly include updates to 1.17 packs so it may need a little time to work everything out.
SapixCraft is one of the more popular texture packs out there, adding a certain cutesy realness to the world.
Not only does it improve the weather but blocks feel a bit more real and textured. This has a much higher resolution than the base game so you may need a decent PC to get it running at its best. You can get it right here.
Minecraft is a perpetually nostalgic game, filled with calming graphics and melancholic piano. Golden Days is the perfect choice for someone looking for the old Minecraft experience.
Do you ever look at Minecraft and wish it wasn't quite as 3D as you would like. This is what Default 3D is about.
It makes wood floors, tracks, and so many other blocks feel a little more 3D. Here's where you can download it.
Luna HD is an odd texture pack that will likely split an audience. It's very shiny and real - almost akin to a Unity game. Give it a go for yourself to find out what you think.
As more texture packs come out, there's more to add in here. The Fancy Pack has jus seen an update and is worth the space on your hard drive.
This changes your world to be a little more detailed but doesn't make it feel like a new game. It's a nice subtle addition. You can download it here.
Depixel is a pretty great addition to the game, adding a little change to everything. It won't drastically change everything but adds enough flair to feel a little unique.
Realism isn't normally something we think of when Minecraft comes up. This pack asks "why not?" If you're looking for something to show off to your friends, this is a great choice.
Jicklus is a very cute little texture pack that makes house building so much better. As you can see below, it adds a certain warmness to its designs.
We'll update you right here as soon as more texture packs come in.