As you could probably guess from reading the pack’s the name, ItemBound is a resource pack that focuses entirely on Minecraft’s in-game items and nothing else. Of course, it goes without saying that you shouldn’t really try this pack if your desire is to overhaul the entirety of Minecraft’s visuals but, if the only thing you want to do is rework the in-game items and make them look a lot more appealing, this pack will definitely do the job. There are actually quite a few resource packs available that focus solely on items but ItemBound is definitely among the best of these and, due to this very reason, we highly recommend giving it a shot whenever you can.
Through the ItemBound resource pack, you’ll be able to fully customize all in-game items according to your preferences. As of right now, the pack features hundreds of different item skins, and each individual skin seems to have been fine-tuned to perfection. The total number of item skins at the time of writing this is 491 but, according to the pack’s creator, this amount is sure to grow over time as the pack receives more updates. Onto the specifics of the item designs, they all look really sharp, and the textures used in them are smooth and quite colorful. Some of the item designs seem to have a bit of noise in them, but this is a minor problem and is pretty much negligible since it only affects a select few item textures.
The ItemBound resource pack doesn’t have any restrictions on how you use it, so you’re free to use the item designs however you like. You can replace the vanilla in-game items with some of the items from this pack, or you can add the items in this pack as new drops to the game. The ItemBound pack’s resolution is x16, so you’ll have absolutely no trouble getting it to run, even on the most outdated of PCs.
How to install ItemBound 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.