Winter Season Resource Pack for Minecraft 1.12.2

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The Winter Season resource pack is another delightful resource pack by Light Drifter who’s the same person behind the delightful Autumn Season resource pack we talked about a few days back. Much like the Autumn pack, this is a pack that revolves around changing the visuals of Minecraft in order to give them a seasonal twist. The pack might not be for everyone but we highly recommend trying it out if you aren’t content with the overflow of green in the world of Minecraft and want to change things up a bit in order to make the experience feel more refreshing.

Before we go into any details about the Winter Season pack, we want to point out that the pack isn’t meant to completely overhaul the game’s visuals. The pack mostly makes changes to the in-game environment and, alongside this, it makes a couple of changes to some of the items but, other than these, most of the world will remain as it is and this is why we urge players to try this pack out alongside another one that synergizes with its art style. Onto the textures themselves, the Winter Season resource pack utilizes various clever design techniques for all of its textures and the end result is a game world that truly looks like it’s undergoing a harsh winter.

The Winter Season resource pack comes with the standard resolution of x16 so you’ll have absolutely no trouble getting this pack to run on your computer as long as it can run vanilla Minecraft at a stable frame-rate. The pack’s sitting at 100% completion as well so missing textures are an issue that you won’t need to worry about while using it.

How to install Winter Season Resource Pack?

  1. Start Minecraft.
  2. Click “Options” in the start menu.
  3. Click “resource packs” in the options menu.
  4. In the resource packs menu, click “Open resource pack folder”.
  5. Put the .zip file you downloaded in the resource pack folder.

Download Winter Season Resource Pack

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