As the name implies, DestinyPack has been based off the hugely popular sci-fi MMOFPS by Bungie that came out back in 2014. The actual game itself received quit a lot of critical acclaim when it was released, and this pack is no different in that regard because anyone who’s used it has only had positive things to say about it. Of course, it goes without saying that you shouldn’t really be trying this pack if you’re not a fan of the sci-fi art style because the game that it’s based on is completely science fiction and all the visuals revolve around this concept.
DestinyPack isn’t necessarily the most large-scale pack out there because it doesn’t completely overhaul Minecraft’s visuals from start to finish. However, the pack still changes all the most commonly seen textures of Minecraft, so the visuals that you’ll see upon using it will be completely different from what you’re used to seeing in vanilla Minecraft or other resource packs. The textures aren’t all that high definition but they still look quite nice due to their lack of noise and, all things considered, they do an excellent job of replicating a visual experience that’s similar to the actual Destiny game.
The DestinyPack also features a great soundtrack that’s been taken from Destiny itself and, alongside this, it also features a very neat user-interface that’s a delight to browse through. DestinyPack has a resolution of 32×32 which is slightly higher than the usual 16×16 that Minecraft runs on by default, but you’ll still probably be able to use the pack on most PCs, no matter how outdated their hardware is, without frame-rate issues.
How to install DestinyPack 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.
Download Link for DestinyPack Resource Pack
for Minecraft 1.9.X
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