Before we go into any further detail regarding the CBCcraft resource pack we’d like to mention that it’s still in its early stages of development so it probably won’t have the finesse and polish that you see in most full-fledged packs but fortunately, it’s still complete enough to be used properly without running into any major issues. The resource pack doesn’t really do anything major to the default textures of Minecraft and instead only improves them in multiple different ways to provide players a highly immersive experience that few other resource packs can offer, and this is exactly what makes this one worth trying out.
While there’s a lot to like about the CBCcraft resource pack, it does, however, come with its fair share of flaws. Some of the textures like the wood and stone textures look a little extra blocky which can be rather unappealing since everything else looks so smooth and refined. Some of the textures also feature some patterns that are designed for the purpose of enhancing their look, but they don’t really succeed with this task and just end making the textures look cluttered. However, other than these issues, the pack is straight up brilliant and near flawless. The color palette is bright, the level of detail in the textures is incredible, and overall there’s a ton of eye candy to enjoy.
Perhaps the main testament to the CBCcraft resource pack’s quality is all the critical acclaim that it’s received ever since its release. Almost every single player who has used it has applauded the pack’s unique look and also its quality. As for technicals, it’s relatively bug-free so you won’t run into any issues that’ll hinder your experience in any way.
CBCcraft Resource Pack for Minecraft 1.8.9 Changelogs
- Added Diamond Block
- Added Redstone Block
- Added Lapis Block
- Added Emerald Block
- Added Gold Block
- Added Coal Block
Download Links for CBCcraft Resource Pack
for Minecraft 1.8.X
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