Morning’s Rise Resource Pack for Minecraft 1.12.2


Morning’s Rise is a bright, vibrant and highly appealing resource pack that’s been designed in contrast to the relatively dark visuals that most traditional Minecraft packs are known for. Before we go into any detail about Morning’s Rise, though, we’d like to highlight that the pack is still a work in progress, so it’s missing quite a lot of its visual elements but, given the rate at which it receives updates, it’s quite likely that it’ll be completed before long so, if you want a resource pack that’ll breathe life into your Minecraft world, Morning’s Rise is no doubt a great choice.

The Morning’s Rise resource pack draws inspiration for its art style from various different RPGs, and the end result is an absolutely delightful visual experience that players will certainly be pleased with. The pack makes the environment of Minecraft look straight up stunning because its textures are loaded with an incredible amount of detail, and there isn’t that much noise in them but, while the environment certainly looks great, the items of the pack definitely have to be its biggest highlights because they’re extremely well designed, smooth and, therefore, quite appealing. The items also share the same vibrant color palette that the terrain’s textures do so you’re going to love looking at their delightful textures.

Morning’s Rise has a resolution of x32 which is a small step above the standard x16 resolution of Minecraft so you might notice a few performance drops if you utilize this pack on a low-end PC with lackluster hardware. The performance drops should be fairly minimal, though, since the resolution isn’t that high.

How to install Morning’s Rise Resource Pack?

  1. Start Minecraft.
  2. Click “Options” in the start menu.
  3. Click “resource packs” in the options menu.
  4. In the resource packs menu, click “Open resource pack folder”.
  5. Put the .zip file you downloaded in the resource pack folder.

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  1. It’s literally missing textures.
    Like snowy versions of Savanna grass blocks.
    I won’t sugarcoat it, that’s godawful to happen with any resource pack.


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