Minecraft Reawakens is a phenomenal resource pack that, at the time of writing this, hasn’t even been out for a day but has already been the recipient of quite a bit of praise. This is a resource pack that’s been designed with the goal of breathing life into the visuals of Minecraft and, as it turns out, it definitely has the potential to do so. The pack just surfaced so there are definitely going to be some missing elements that hold it back from being truly perfect but, even in its current state, Minecraft Reawakens is a resource pack that you should certainly consider trying out if you want something truly revolutionary.
Unlike most traditional resource packs that simply give the textures more detail or alter the color palette a bit, Minecraft Reawakens makes a variety of creative changes that end up enhancing the look of Minecraft by a tremendous amount. The resource pack features clear textures for glass and water, a completely redesigned transparent GUI that looks a lot sleeker than the vanilla user-interface, properly animated crops that feel like they’ll come to life any second and 3D models for the ores that make the mining experience feel a lot more immersive. The pack even features some absolutely gorgeous animations for some of the in-game items, and these animations make the items a lot more fun to use.
Minecraft Reawakens has a resolution of x32 and this, paired with all the animations and flashy features that the pack has to offer, means that you may struggle a bit with frame-rate if you choose to utilize this pack on a computer with low-end hardware. It’s crucial to point out, though, that some of the pack’s features require Optifine to function optimally, so it’s definitely worth having Optifine installed beforehand as it’ll allow you to make the most out of this pack.
How to install Minecraft Reawakens 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.