Naturalized is a resource pack that’s built with the idea of retaining Minecraft’s original look while simultaneously enhancing the visuals by a tremendous amount. We want to point out, before going into any further details regarding the pack, that Naturalized hasn’t really been designed to drastically change the visuals of the game so, if you want a major overhaul, you should probably look elsewhere. On the other hand, though, if you simply want to enhance the visuals of Minecraft to an extensive degree without changing the game’s vanilla art style in any major way, Naturalized is the pack to go with.
The Naturalized comes with a variety of subtle but incredibly effective tweaks that make the Minecraft world a delight to look at. The pack completely redesigns the water textures thereby making them a lot better and it comes with a completely custom made sky that’s an absolute treat to look at. One of the features we like the most about the Naturalized resource pack is the fact that it comes with custom color schemes for each individual biome thereby leading to some rather unique look visuals that we haven’t seen in any other Minecraft resource pack. The pack also manages to brighten up most of the game’s other colors so, all things considered, the world looks a lot more appealing with Naturalized.
Naturalized has the standard resolution of x16 and this is why you’ll have absolutely no issues getting it to run on your computer at a stable frame-rate, even if you have hardware that’s outdated. Some features of the pack do require Optifine to work so you’ll need to have it installed beforehand or you won’t be able to utilize the pack to its fullest extent.
How to install Naturalized Resource Pack?
- Download and install Optifine HD Mod.
- 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.