Annahstas Beastrinia is a resource pack that comes with a peculiar name and a whole bunch of high-quality textures. The pack’s actually been inspired by the Pokémon universe and, even though there are tons upon tons of Pokémon-themed resource packs already available, this one is still worth giving a shot to because it does an excellent job of capturing the environment of the Pokémon games and replicating it within Minecraft in order to give players an immersive experience that they won’t forget. It’s important to note that, at the time of writing this, it hasn’t even been a full day since the pack’s release so it’ll definitely be missing some textures that will likely be added in the future.
The defining characteristic of the Annahstas Beastrinia resource pack is the fact that it somehow manages to bring together the art style of Pokémon and Minecraft together in order to create something truly special. The visuals of this pack are quite unlike anything we’ve seen before in resource packs and they’re a delight to look at because, surprisingly enough, the different Minecraft and Pokémon art styles synergize quite nicely with one another thereby leading to some phenomenal visuals.
The Annahstas Beastrinia resource pack has a resolution of x32 which is a tad bit higher than the usual x16 and this is why you might need a slightly above average PC to run the pack without any issues. Again, we’d like to point out that this pack was just released so it’s bound to be missing a few textures as of right now.
Annahstas Beastrinia Resource Pack 1.13 Changelogs
- Added Still water.
- Added Purpur block.
- Added Purpur pillar.
- Added Netherrack.
- Added Nether quartz ore.
- Added Netherbrick.
- Added Netherbrick red.
- Added 1.13 terracotta.
How to install Annahstas Beastrinia Resource Pack?
- 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.