Watermelon PvP is a high-resolution PvP resource pack that’s been made for players who want to have a solid PvP experience but don’t necessarily want to sacrifice the quality of their visuals in order to do so. It’s important to remember that, while a lot of traditional PvP resource packs have been designed to function nicely on computers with low-end hardware, that isn’t necessarily the case here which is why if you play Minecraft on a low-end PC, you probably shouldn’t use this pack because it’s going to hamper the game’s performance quite a bit.
Visuals are usually something that don’t really look all that appealing in PvP resource packs, but Watermelon PvP is definitely an exception to this case. The textures of this pack have quite a bit of detail in them, and they have all the different features that you’d expect to see in a PvP resource pack which is why you won’t need to worry about any unnecessary visual elements hindering your experience. The color palette of Watermelon PvP also seems to be a lot brighter than the vanilla Minecraft palette which is why you’ll have a much easier time spotting your targets no matter what situation and environment you’re in.
The Watermelon PvP resource pack has a resolution of x128 which is a lot higher than the standard x16 that we’ve come to expect from most PvP resource packs, and this higher resolution is the main reason behind the pack’s detailed textures but, at the same time, it’s also why you’ll need a computer with decent hardware in order to run the pack without frame-rate troubles.
How to install Watermelon PvP 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.