|Created||Dec 18, 2019|
|Updated||Jul 17, 2022|
Steven’s Traditional texture pack is one of many with a commitment to the vanilla textures that are normal in Minecraft. Rather than changing things up drastically, Steven’s pack dresses up most of the standard textures, giving them more definition, sharpness, and, overall, better graphics. This does boost the resolution up to 64x, which is the middle of the road in terms of Minecraft textures. It shouldn’t be too demanding, not compared to some of the massive HD resource packs. Even the author compares it to the Faithful pack at 32x, which does pretty much the same thing, enhancing standard textures.
Steven’s Traditional resource pack works with Minecraft 1.19 and an update is planned for the newest version of Minecraft when it comes out of beta. The graphics are unique, but Steven’s pack doesn’t add a ton of new content like custom mobs so, it’s easy to just plug this into your resource packs folder, flip a switch in Minecraft and have it installed and running without hassle. There is a nice customizer for making changes to blocks on the fly, and you don’t even need Optifine to use it, but if you want the absolute best experience with support for connected textures, then you’ll need Optifine. This can be simple or complicated, depending on how many changes you want to make to your world’s visuals.
Some, specific blocks have an intense level of detail, like specially-made snowy podzol blocks that allow for a wider variety of textures. Instead of everything in colder biomes having the same, snowed-over sides, there are different block faces for just about everything. Upgrading your gear is more satisfying too, since iron and diamond tools have rusted edges and gleaming, glittering qualities. They’re not just recolors of the same, single pickaxe or sword texture going from wood to better equipment. Custom icons are in place for probably 95% of items you can carry around with you in your inventory as well. Steven’s Traditional resource pack is like an upgrade for Minecraft’s basic graphics, just improving in every way on what comes standard.
Let's take a look at what Steven's Traditional Texture Pack has to offer.
- High-Resolution Textures
- With a 64x64 canvas, Steven's Traditional adds four times the detail of the default resource pack, making Minecraft look even more beautiful and immersive.
- Improved Log Textures
- All logs and stripped logs have been given a personal touch to add more visual interest to trees and wooden structures.
- Enhanced Vine Textures
- Vines now have more realistic and detailed textures that add depth and dimension to jungle and forest biomes.
- Diamond Block Tiling Fix
- The tiling issue on the diamond block has been fixed, making it look more polished and seamless.
- Improved Sign Textures
- All signs have been enhanced, making them look more like actual signs with a more three-dimensional appearance.
- Iris Mod Integration
- The Iris Shaders mod interface icons have been included, making it easier to use this popular mod in Minecraft.
- Toasts and Report Menu Improvements
- The report menu elements have been redesigned, and new toasts and toast icons have been added to improve the user interface and overall experience.
Using our comparison tool, you can easily compare the Steven's Traditional Texture Pack to Minecraft vanilla.
How To Install Steven's Traditional Texture Pack
In order to take full advantage of Steven's Traditional, it is highly recommended to pre-install the Optifine Mod.
Download Steven's Traditional Texture Pack
Go to the download section and get the texture pack zip file.
If multiple versions are available, pick the version you like or that your computer can handle it.
Start the Minecraft launcher and make sure you have the Optifine or your preferred profile selected.
In-game Resource Packs menu
Go to Options > Resource Packs...
Open resourcepacks folder
Click on the "Open Pack Folder" button to open the folder where packs are stored, so you can add or remove resource packs as desired.
TipTo simplify the process, simply drag and drop the texture ZIP file directly into the Minecraft window, bypassing the next two steps.
Install Steven's Traditional Texture Pack
Copy or move the downloaded texture zip file into the resourcepacks folder.
Select Steven's Traditional Texture Pack
Choose the installed pack from the list of available resource packs in the left column.
TipTo activate the installed pack, click on the play button, and it will move from Available to Selected side, then press the "Done" button.
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🔄 Update Logs
- Fletching Table
- ALL Logs
- ALL Stripped Logs
- Diamond Block
- Report menu elements
- IRIS mod interface icons
- Social Interactions menu
- Toasts & Toast icons
- ALL Signs
- Tiling issue on Diamond Block
- Tiling issues on Logs
- Attack indicator
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