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5 best Minecraft texture packs in 2021

Minecraft. Image via Red Bull
Minecraft. Image via Red Bull

Vanilla Minecraft has its perks. It's familiar, and it's what the game was designed to be and look like. That's why switching texture packs can be an unpleasant experience, especially if players are used to a certain one. Plus, not all texture packs are good.

However, some are really worthwhile and allow players to enhance Minecraft or make it more fun. While it may take some getting used to, switching texture packs can be a fresh change. Here are the five best texture packs players can use in 2021.

Top 5 Minecraft texture packs

5) John Smith Legacy

The John Smith Legacy texture pack is one of the cooler and more creative texture packs available. It gives Minecraft a medieval aesthetic, changing how villages and weapons look. The axe alone is worth this texture pack.

4) Faithful

While the Faithful texture pack closely resembles the original look and feel of Minecraft, it has some significant differences. The resolution is doubled, making all the great aspects of the original texture pack that much better. Overall, it's clearer and more defined. This is perfect for players who don't want drastic change.

Faithful texture packs. Image via Minecraft Resource Packs
Faithful texture packs. Image via Minecraft Resource Packs

3) Bare Bones

The Bare Bones texture pack is fun and creative. While the Faithful texture pack enhances what's already there, the Bare Bones texture pack, true to its name, removes most of it. Do trees really need to have leaves? Does that enhance the gameplay? If the answer is no, then this is a great texture pack. It strips Minecraft down to its roots and emphasizes gameplay.

Bare Bones texture pack. Image via Planet Minecraft
Bare Bones texture pack. Image via Planet Minecraft

2) Mythic

Every once in a while, people crave something dark. The Mythic texture pack is perfect for such players. While Minecraft is a fairly light-hearted game, it features mobs that are somewhat frightening. Regular texture packs don't quite do them justice, though.

The Mythic texture pack rights that wrong. Pillagers mean business in this texture pack. Mobs who are already scary at night become much more frightening. Suddenly, sleeping as soon as possible sounds like a good option.

Pillagers in the Mythic resource pack. Image via Minecraft Resource Packs
Pillagers in the Mythic resource pack. Image via Minecraft Resource Packs

1) Rodrigo's Pack

Similar to Bare Bones, Rodrigo's texture pack strips away the unnecessary parts of the game. It stylizes Minecraft in a much more cartoonish way, making it even more fun. It's a lot more enjoyable to look at.

Rodrigo's Pack. Image via Rodrigo AI
Rodrigo's Pack. Image via Rodrigo AI

Players can follow this guide to install these great texture packs.

For detailed guides, walkthroughs, tips & more, check out SK Minecraft Wiki

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Edited by Gautham Balaji
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