Before we go into the details of the Soft Colors resource pack, we want to highlight that this pack has been designed solely to change the user-interface of Minecraft and nothing else. Due to this, most of your game world will remain as it is after using this pack so it’s recommended that you use it alongside another resource pack with a similar art style that actually changes the game’s terrain textures if you want a full-fledged experience. On the other hand, though, if you simply want to improve Minecraft’s user-interface, the Soft Colors will do just fine on its own.
The Soft Colors resource pack has been built to make the in-game interface look softer and easier on the eyes. Minecraft’s vanilla visuals usually have quite a lot to offer but the interface definitely has to be among the game’s weaker aspects because it simply isn’t appealing to look at and becomes quite boring after a while. Thankfully, though, the Soft Colors resource pack gives a vibrant and colorful twist to the game’s GUI in order to make it look more appealing and lively. The pack changes almost every single thing there is about the interface and, on top of this, it even alters the fonts in order to make sure that the text synergizes with the new interface.
The Soft Colors resource pack comes with five different colors to choose from and, no matter what color you choose, you’re going to have a delightful experience because the pack is extremely well designed and filled with great visuals. Soft Colors has the usual resolution of x16 and this, coupled with the fact that it doesn’t really change most of the in-game textures in any way, means that frame-rate issues are completely non-existent in this pack.
How to install Soft Colors 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.