Pirates of the Caribbean Online Resource Pack for Minecraft 1.8.9/1.8.8


Pirates of the Caribbean Online may not be a very popular game – it seems to have outlived its entertainment value like many of those games released just for movie releases tend to do. But someone out there must have really liked the movies and the game, because they created the Pirates of the Caribbean Online resource pack for Minecraft. As might be expected, this pack brings a ton of imagery and visuals from the online game into the world of Minecraft. If you happened to enjoy either of these over the last decade or so, prepare to see lots of familiar sights with this pack.




Fans of the online game will notice the HUD has been more or less ripped right from it; while it won’t be the exact same since PotC Online is of course a different game, this pack puts the color and design scheme into Minecraft, creating an impressive facsimile. Even if you haven’t seen the game before, you can still appreciate the heightened level of detail, the gritty bit of realism and the smart use of colors and shading, all of which combine to make one great-looking resource pack. Just look at the sand, the water and even the sky.

Because of the scope of the Pirates of the Caribbean Online resource pack, you have to unzip the pack before you go installing it to your resource packs folder. It should go without saying, but you’ll also need a relevant version of Optifine installed as well. Be sure that whatever release you use, it is still compatible with this pack, or else you’ll run into some issues. The new textures are split up all over the world, so you’ll need to go to every corner of Minecraft to see them all too. This pack will keep you busy.

Pirates of the Caribbean Online Resource Pack for Minecraft 1.8.9 and 1.8.8 Changelogs

  • More textures implemented for Tortuga
  • Added some new audio track loops for locations.
  • Fixed some buggy purple textures in Cuba.

Download Links for Pirates of the Caribbean Online Resource Pack

for Minecraft 1.8.X

Credit: PearsonWright