Before we start talking about all the different things that make the GearPlus resource pack worth anyone’s while, we’d like to highlight that the pack requires OptiFine 1.9.2_HD_U_B3 (or higher) in order to function because its textures rely heavily on the CIT features of Optifine in order to work. If you don’t have Optifine then there’s no point using this pack as it’ll straight up cease to work but, if you do, you won’t need to worry about any issues because it’s extremely well designed and its textures are truly a sight to behold, especially if you’ve grown tired of the way traditional gear looks.
The GearPlus resource pack offers tons upon tons of weapon, armor and item textures and gives players complete freedom to choose whichever ones they want to. The mod isn’t designed to replace any specific textures in the game so you can use its textures for anything you want to. You’ll be able to swap out the vanilla textures of the in-game textures, and the best part of it all is the fact that there are multitudes of textures to choose from. Each and every one of the pack’s textures is extremely high quality, and there’s an insane amount of detail in all the textures, so you’re going to love going through them all.
The textures of the GearPlus resource pack have a resolution of 32×32 which is a step higher than the usual 16×16 that most players are used to playing at but, since the pack only changes the items of the game and nothing else, it’s unlikely that you’ll notice any drops in performance, even if you play Minecraft on a PC with low-end hardware.
How to install GearPlus 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.