The name of the Relatively Improved Default resource pack doesn’t really inspire that much confidence at first because it’s a rather humble name that doesn’t hype up the pack all that much but, as it turns out, this pack is actually quite well designed and manages to make Minecraft significantly better thanks to the subtle but effective changes that it brings to the table. This is basically the perfect resource pack for players who want to make the world of Minecraft look smoother but don’t want to alter the game’s core art style in any major way.
The Relatively Improved Default resource pack was originally designed by MushirMickeyJoe for personal use but, as of recently, it’s been made available for public download, so you’ll be able to utilize what it has to offer. Unlike a lot of traditional resource packs that make tons of over the top changes to the game, the Relatively Improved Default resource pack simply makes a few discreet changes that actually manage to improve the game’s visuals by a tremendous amount. The textures have had a lot of their noise removed, the colors have been made significantly more vibrant and, all things considered, the visuals look significantly smoother than they do in vanilla Minecraft.
The resolution of the Relatively Improved Default resource pack is the standard x16 which means that you’ll have absolutely no problems getting this pack to run as long as you’re using a computer that can handle vanilla Minecraft without any issues. The pack’s available for Minecraft 1.12 so, if you haven’t upgraded already, you definitely should in order to avoid compatibility issues.
How to install Relatively Improved Default Resource Pack?
- Download & Install Optifine.
- 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.
Download Link for Relatively Improved Default Resource Pack
for Minecraft 1.12.X