Mickey Joe’s Relatively Improved Default, as the name suggests, is a resource pack by MushirMickeyJoe that aims to enhance the default visuals of Minecraft a bit in order to give players an experience that’s more immersive than what vanilla Minecraft has to offer. It goes without saying that Mickey Joe’s Relatively Improved Default is a pack that’s been built solely for those who are content with the default art style of Minecraft so, if you’re looking for something completely fresh and out of the ordinary, you should look elsewhere. However, if the default art style of Minecraft is something that you enjoy, then this is definitely the pack for you.
Mickey Joe’s Relatively Improved Default was originally just designed for personal use but, after receiving a variety of critical acclaim from Reddit after posting a screenshot there, the creator has decided to make the pack available for public use, and this is certainly great news as this is probably one of the best packs of its particular kind. The pack does an excellent job of refining the textures by adding more detail to them while simultaneously removing the unnecessary noise that holds the vanilla textures back from looking truly spectacular.
As you’d expect, Mickey Joe’s Relatively Improved Default has a resolution of 16×16 which is, of course, the default resolution of Minecraft which means that you’ll be able to utilize this pack at a smooth frame-rate without having to worry about any potential technical issues surfacing as long as you have a computer that can consistently give stable frame-rates while running vanilla Minecraft.
How to install Mickey Joe’s Relatively Improved Default 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.
I installed it correctly, yet the pack doesn’t work and there’s a weird color glitch in every texture now. Any idea of what it means?
Nevermind, I just discovered it wasn’t a glitch.
It was the April fools… 🙂