Resource packs which come in a verity of resolutions are usually some of the best. They have a kind of versatility built right into them which other packs struggle to attain, and the fact players with all kinds of computers can still use what is essentially the same pack makes it very accessible too. The Project Destiny resource pack is a good example of this. Even if it isn’t finished yet, there are 8x and 16x versions in the works, as well as a significantly sharper 64x pack. This is relatively new content and it will still be a while before it is finished.
As far as unfinished resource packs go though, Project Destiny looks pretty good. The modified sky and new clouds are easy on the eyes while still simple enough that they won’t overload your computer. A custom GUI makes just about everything this strangely bright, fluorescent kind of blue color, which is actually a bad thing because the color of the text in the menu buttons is still white. This can be very hard to see on the glaring blue background and will probably frustrate some players. There’s a little good and a little bad here, but it’s still too early to say which is in the majority.
There’s not much else to say about Project Destiny. While the pack does take some inspiration from Bungee’s Destiny game, players will also find nods to games like Starbound and Trove throughout the pack’s textures. You don’t need to play any of these games to appreciate the work which has already gone into this pack though, so don’t feel like you’re missing anything if you haven’t played any of them before.
Project Destiny Resource Pack for Minecraft 1.8.8 Changelogs
- Added End Sky
- Added Clouds
- Added Crosshair
- Added Menu Buttons
- Fixed Hotbar Selection thingy
Download Links for Project Destiny Resource Pack
for Minecraft 1.8.X