The Default Patch resource pack, as the name suggests, feels more like a patch to the visuals of Minecraft rather than a full-fledged resource pack that’s been designed from the ground up. Before we go into any details about this pack, we want to highlight that it hasn’t been designed to change the game world of Minecraft in any major way so, if you’re looking for something that’ll give a refreshing twist to the visuals of the game, you should probably look elsewhere. However, if you want a resource pack that improves the look of vanilla Minecraft without changing the core art style in any way, Default Patch will definitely suffice.
The goal of the Default Patch resource pack is to fix all the issues that have plagued the visuals of vanilla Minecraft ever since the game’s release and have held it back from looking truly exceptional. The vanilla Minecraft visuals have definitely seen improvements with the passage of time but none of them have been major enough to make the game look truly exceptional. Fortunately, the Default Patch pack is here to take care of this. The pack retextures a lot of in-game blocks and entities in order to make them look cleaner and it also alters the color palette in various ways in order to give the entire game world a more consistent look.
Default Patch, as you’d expect, has the standard resolution of 16×16 which is why you won’t have any trouble getting it to run as long as you have a computer that can handle vanilla Minecraft without running into an array of frame-rate related troubles.
How to install Default Patch 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.