Default Improved Resource Pack Overview
Default Improved Resource Pack is a pack that delivers exactly what its name implies. The creator shared that his reason for creating the pack was originally a personal one. He was a big fan of vanilla textures and wanted a resource pack that could enhance these visuals without altering the classic look and appeal of the game. One of the main issues it addresses is the noise in the textures which is quite common in default. By improving the textures, the pack is able to minimize noise so there is less of the grainy feel that you get with default.
Default Improved Resource Pack 1.11 also works well with shader packs. This is because the creator wanted a pack that stayed true to the appearance of vanilla but still displayed a bit more detail. Since most of the other packs that delivered these features were often outdated, he decided to create one that would offer what he and other players like him needed. With the pack installed, you will be treated to cleaner and smoother textures that make Minecraft more visually appealing. But what makes it really amazing is that these changes do not even look much different until you zoom a little closer.
The resource pack operates on a 64×64 resolution. This is a few notches better than the default’s 16×16 resolution. What this means is that you can expect to see better textures with the improved resolution. But since these are not realistic or HD details, you can still enjoy Minecraft without too many alterations. You get the look of the game that you have come to love with a few key improvements to make it better and not different. So, if you are like the pack’s creator who would love to keep the feel of vanilla but still want enhanced textures, Default Improved Resource Pack is perfect for you.
How to Install Default Improved Resource Pack?
- Make sure you have already installed OptiFine HD Mod.
- In Minecraft, go to options, and click the "Resource Packs" button. Then click the "Open resource pack folder" button.
- Place Default Improved Resource Pack into this resourcepacks folder.