Posted: Sep 12, 2022 in Minecraft
By Kevin Lott
When it comes to Minecraft, one of the best aspects of the art style is that it can be changed on a whim depending on how you would like your game to look. Whether you prefer a rustic medieval setting, or a cutesy pixel art aesthetic, there’s something for everyone. This is all fine and dandy, however, looking at Bedrock Edition, things are very different from Java. A plethora of community-based and managed content is replaced with a very corporatized Minecraft Marketplace, which ensures a certain level of quality. Get your Minecoins ready, because we have yet another top choices list that’ll demand your wallet. Today, we’re going to go over the best resource packs that can be found on Minecraft Bedrock Edition.
As with all our lists, this is not in any particular order. Most if not all of these will cost real money in the form of Minecoins, so that is also a factor to take into account. Now, let’s get started!
Hafen Simplistic – Hafen is a pack inspired by retro games like Super Mario, Megaman, Pacman, and other similar games. The colors are ultra-vibrant and almost cartoony, so the game ends up being changed quite a bit. Another awesome aspect of this pack is that it’s fairly quick to update, being one of the first to incorporate the new Nether biomes in 1.16, which is why those textures also look particularly pretty. Retro games lovers will love the aesthetic!
Epic Adventures – Epic Adventures is a pack that has been worked hard on ever since 2017. The creator is incredibly modest, labeling the pack as not perfect by any means. The pack is updated to the latest version of Minecraft. Make your worlds more realistic and immersive with HD textures and custom models! I’m particularly fond of the Creeper model, where it adds unique tendrils to the front of its model along with extremely realistic legs, but you’ll have to check the pack out to see all the best parts of it!
Depixel – Depixel is similar to Epic Adventures in that it targets those looking for a dash of realism, but less so. The colors and textures resemble that of what you would find in classic Minecraft, with the world very much recognizable. However, many blocks and mobs have significant texture upgrades, having a higher level of quality in the resolution. This can be compared most similarly to Faithful, where it sort of acts like a high resolution version of the default pack. However, there are some differences. Leaves will be shaped like leaves, mobs will appear frightening and real, but there is that playful and vibrant vibe that stays in the form of a subtle pack .
Paper Cut-Out – Paper Cut-Out is a unique pack that has a slightly more detailed but still vibrant, clean and cartoon-like appearance for Minecraft. The most unique aspect to the pack is that blocks pop, almost as if they are paper mache. Grass protrudes off of dirt, leaves stack on top of one another, and overall the pack has a sense of depth to all the blocks that can be found. What’s interesting as well is that this pack doesn’t put particularly high strain on PC’s, despite the unique pop-out design of the textures. If anything, this is a great pack for those that want to try something new!
Most of these packs will require you to purchase them with Minecoins, so be absolutely certain you’re interested in a texture pack before purchasing it!
That’s our list! Bedrock Edition is quite the conundrum to me, because I’m not necessarily used to spending Minecoins to play with a texture pack, so I couldn’t exactly test these packs out myself. I did, however do extensive research on youtube to find what I believed to be the most lovely choices. In any case, I hope you all enjoyed my selections and have a great day!