Realistic resource packs are kind of hit or miss when talking about Minecraft. Some of them make the game look completely different, but those changes are so severe that even veteran players may not recognize some of the things they see and interact with in the game. Others, like Misa’s Realistic texture pack, have enough time and updates put into them that they look amazing. Also unlike most realistic packs, Misa’s Realistic manages to do it without pushing the resolution above 64x. That means most Minecraft players will be able to use this pack without any performance issues.
Also unlike most realistic resource packs, Misa’s Realistic resource pack doesn’t try to change every single texture in Minecraft. Some things, like grassy dirt, sand, and marshlands, look pretty much like they normally do. Misa’s pack seems to focus more on character models, like hostile mobs, villagers, and the like. Most of these look like direct upgrades from Minecraft’s standard graphics. Silverfish, especially, look more threatening than ever. And to be fair, that’s kind of a hard thing to do with one of the weakest enemies in the game. The majority of monsters look more frightening, to be honest.
Not everything about Misa’s Realistic texture pack is good though. Specifically, the textures for sheep are rather messy, making them impossible to identify. You’ll still know they’re sheep based on the different wool colors and your ability to dye the animals as you see fit, but they don’t look like sheep at all – just check it out for yourself and you’ll see it’s true. This isn’t the best realistic resource pack around, but it’s one of the better ones, and it’s been around since Minecraft was in its infant days back in 1.6, so it’s also quite popular.
Misa’s Realistic Texture Pack — Screenshots & Video
Misa’s Realistic Texture Pack — Installation Guide
- Download the resource pack, you should get a .zip file.
- Open the folder to which you downloaded the file.
- Open Minecraft.
- In Minecraft, click on “Options”, then “Resource Packs”.
- Now just drag and drop the downloaded zip file into the Minecraft window.
- Go back to the Minecraft window, the resource pack should now be listed.
Is texture pack not showing up in-game?
Open the downloaded zip file and make sure the pack zip is in a valid format, the root directory needs to contain:
- assets folder
Misa’s Realistic Texture Pack — Download Links
Something You Should Know
- We do not download and upload any shaders / mods on our server.
- We use only links from the official developer, they are 100% safe.
- We do not modify or edit the files in any way.