The Endless resource pack is quite unlike anything we’ve seen before it offers a level of customization that other resource packs simply cannot match. With most traditional Minecraft packs, you’re restricted to using the textures that the pack offers but, in this particular case, the pack actually comes with different variations of each individual texture, and you can utilize the ones that fit your preferences and likings. The customizability is what sets the Endless resource pack apart from the crowd, and this is exactly why we urge players to try this pack out if they ever get the chance to because it’s certainly worth it.
The name of the Endless resource pack has been derived from the fact that it offers an essentially ‘endless’ amount of customization options. You can basically put together all the different kinds of textures to form tons of different combinations of textures in order to create a game world that looks exactly how you want it to. Onto the specifics of the textures, most of them look quite nice, but there are a few that tend to look rather noisy at times. Fortunately, though, the noise related issues only affect a few of the textures, so it’s not that big of a deal in the long run.
The Endless resource pack has the standard x16 resolution that almost all resource packs do, and this is why it’s unlikely that you’ll have trouble with your frame-rate while using this pack as long as you have a computer that that can run vanilla Minecraft without any major issues. The pack’s sitting at 90% completion so there might be a few missing textures here and there but this is a negligible problem that won’t hinder your experience all that much.
How to install Endless 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.