The NaturalRealism resource pack is truly a one of a kind because it manages to provide players smooth and realistic visuals while also making sure that the game’s performance doesn’t take a massive hit in the process. The problem with most realism focused resource packs is that they’re incredibly taxing on PC hardware. While these packs are usually a delight to look at, they always come with the cost of heavy performance drops and this is why players with low-end PCs can’t really use them. Fortunately, though, NaturalRealism is a resource pack that brings a great realistic art style to Minecraft without requiring players to compromise on performance.
The NaturalRealism resource pack gives Minecraft a much more lifelike and immersive feel and it does so by smoothening and softening up the game’s textures. The pack removes almost every single shred of unnecessary detail from the game’s textures and, due to this, the textures look incredibly clean and appealing. The level of detail in the NaturalRealism resource pack is slightly less than what we’re used to seeing from packs with this particular art style but this isn’t that big of an issue since the cleaner look actually works out quite nicely and makes for visuals that are quite refreshing.
Texture Packs Showcase:
The NaturalRealism resource pack has a resolution of x16 which is definitely a step below the usual high resolutions we’ve come to expect from realistic resource packs but the low resolution is actually a good thing in this particular case because it helps the pack run on low-end PCs without causing any performance drops that would hinder the experience for players.
- Daylight tetectors – They now looks like solar panels
- Potato crop textures – now fits in with the other crops
- Glowstone – Very different, now looks more modern with horizontal lines rather than bumps
- Redstone ore – general improvements
- Redstone block – Smoother, fits with lapis block
- TNT – Minor color changes
- Sea Lanterns – Very minor color change
- Grass path – minor changes on the side
- Vines – minor color changes
How to install :
- Start Minecraft.
- Click “Options” in the start menu.
- Click “resource packs” in the options menu.
- In the resource packs menu, click “Open resource pack folder”.
- Put the .zip file you downloaded in the resource pack folder.