Rain reflections is a technique used in shaders for Minecraft that enhances the realism of reflections during rainy weather by simulating the way light reflects off of wet surfaces. It adds realistic reflections to the surface of the ground, buildings, and other objects during rainy weather, making the game more immersive. This effect can also be paired with other effects, such as parallax water and ray-traced reflections, to create a more realistic and dynamic in-game environment.
Here's an example of how this feature will work in-game but can vary from shader to shader.
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