Minecraft is a huge game loaded with opportunities to show off your own sense of creativity. If you would prefer to hunt down creatures, you can do so. If making buildings is more your kind of thing, you can do that too.
Texture packs are pretty great at giving players the chance to make their game a little different. With Minecraft Caves & Cliffs Part one's release, it's now time to find even more out there. Here's what you should know
Latest - Some New Packs
As the latest update grows more and more, new texture packs will hit the market, here are some more worth paying attention to. Dramatic Skys adds brand new skys to the game, making the game much more atmopspheric.
Moving from here, Luna HD is a bit of a strange pack, making Minecraft look like a unity project with big textures and a certain shine. If that sounds like your kind of thing, check it out.
How to Use Texture Packs in Minecraft
First, there are tonnes of texture packs you can use from inside Minecraft bedrock edition itself. Go into the marketplace and you can find them to purchase. If you prefer your texture packs a little rawer but 100% off the price, here's how to do that.
First, find a pack you like the look of and download it. After this, boot up Minecraft Java and click on the options menu.
From here, click into the "Resource Packs..." tab and then click "Open Pack Folder" to find your folder in your computer. Move the texture pack into this folder and Minecraft will find it in your "Resource Packs..." section.
Click on the pack you want to use, then click done and the game will boot up with your new pack. Now that you know this, here are some of the best packs currently available. We've avoided Ray Tracing texture packs as they're less easy to find and much harder to run.
7 Best Texture Packs for Minecraft 1.17
Mizuno's 16 Craft
This texture pack is all about adding a little bit of detail to everything. It's not too hard to run and it won't entirely change your game but it will make everything look just a little better.
You can get this pack right here.
Forgiving the somewhat ironic name, the oCd texture pack is satisfyingly blocky, with easy-to-understand textures and a subtle weirdness. There's something very strange about going into a cave to find simple, one colour blocks.
If this is your type of thing, you can download it right here.
SapixCraft looks great. This high-quality texture is all about adding finer details and a whole new look to the game. Weapons, blocks and mobs all look great with extra details and a graphical overhaul.
If this sounds good to you, click here to get it yourself.
Firewolf is somehow both very simple and surprisingly complex. When you boot it up, you'll see pure green grass and small trees but the way that blocks are structured adds a nice aesthetic to housebuilding that was sorely needed.
If you want something bright that adds a charm to your home, click here.
Epic Adventures does exactly what the namEpic Adventures does exactly what the name says, it heightens the details and adds a certain realism to the gamee says it does, it adds a certain detail to everything that makes your adventure just that bit more epic. This adds a certain realism to the map that isn't too hard to run.
If you like how this sounds, click here to get this pack.
Jicklus adds all the charm of a cute RPG, with new textured blocks and a certain synergy that makes house building satisfying in a new way.
If you want to feel like you're in your own adventure, find it right here.
The Soft Bits Texture pack makes the entire world feel like a plastic toy. There's little intricacy to the blocks but this is what makes them interesting.
If you want something that's colourful and clearly defined, here's where you can get it for yourself.