Clafault is a gorgeous resource pack designed with the intention of improving Minecraft’s visuals without compromising the core art style that makes the game such a treat to look at and has pretty much defined Minecraft ever since the game surfaced. Most resource pack that improve Minecraft’s visuals do so at the cost of completely altering the core art style of the game and this is definitely something that a significant portion of the playerbase doesn’t like. Clafault, on the other hand, manages to not only improve the visuals by a tremendous amount but also retains the game’s core art style in order to make for an immersive and memorable visual experience.
One of the biggest changes that you’ll notice in the Clafault resource pack is how clean all the textures look. Vanilla Minecraft’s textures definitely have their moments but there’s no doubting the fact the visuals can look rather noisy at times. Thankfully, though, Clafault does an excellent job of removing unnecessary noise from the textures and the end result of doing so is a significantly smoother and cleaner visual experience. The texture detail in Clafault also seems to be a lot higher than what vanilla Minecraft has to offer and all of these elements come together to make this pack an experience that should be worth anyone’s while. Even if you aren’t particularly fond of vanilla Minecraft’s look, we still recommend giving Clafault a shot because it elevates things to the next level.
Clafault has a resolution of 32×32 which is a slight bump from the usual x16 and probably explains why the pack’s textures look so much more detailed than traditional Minecraft’s textures do. Nonetheless, though, you should be able to run this pack without any major issues as long as you have a system that can handle vanilla Minecraft.
How to install Clafault 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.