The Dawnbreaker is a relatively new pixel-art based Minecraft resource pack that aims to take the community by storm since it’s definitely among the best looking packs of its kind currently available. Pixel-art resource packs have grown quite popular over the years but they’ve always received mixed reviews from the Minecraft community since the art style is something that doesn’t really appeal to a massive portion of the player-base and, on top of this, the execution of most pixel-art packs is fairly lackluster as well. However, Dawnbreaker manages to pull off the art style with perfection so it’s highly recommended that you give it a chance, even if you dislike traditional pixel-art resource packs, because it might just change your mind.
The defining characteristic of the Dawnbreaker resource pack is of course its art style and, due to this, the first thing you’re going to notice is the fact that the pack doesn’t really utilize a wide color palette. There are 32 different colors in this pack’s palette and, while this might not seem like a lot at first, the pack actually utilizes these colors in a flawless manner in order to give players a Minecraft world that looks both unique and immersive. Texture detail is also something that this pack doesn’t necessarily excel at but this is more than made up for by the creative use of the colors as well as the distinct art style offered by the pack.
The Dawnbreaker resource pack has the usual 16×16 resolution that a significant portion of Minecraft resource packs are designed at so it’s highly unlikely that you’ll have any trouble getting the pack to run at a stable frame-rate, even if you have a low-end system.
How to install Dawnbreaker 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.