With its higher 128x and 256x resolutions, Lokicraft is perfect for power users who want to make their Minecraft environment look the best it possibly can. There’s just no comparing something like this with the bland, downright ugly textures you get in vanilla Minecraft, with its weak 16x resolution that makes everything look kind of fuzzy. You will notice a lot of variation of color on single textures in this resource pack, like blacks, grays and other colors on a typical stone block, rather than the flat colors you tend to get with lower resolution packs.
That’s just one of the things that make the Lokicraft resource pack a great choice. Greatly boosted resolutions and improved textures for mobs are another nice point, since many resource packs don’t even touch these parts of Minecraft while totally changing the way the rest of the world looks. It’s good to know they didn’t go ignored here. The various wooden log types get unique faces too, and they aren’t just recolors and palette swaps like they are in normal Minecraft. Lots of little details like these are taken into consideration in Lokicraft, and it’s clear the creator put a lot of work into this.
Lokicraft doesn’t ignore the Nether or the End either, even though few players see that last environment in Minecraft and most resource packs tend to forget about the first and the second. If you thought the Nether was dark normally, you’re going to want to bring along a lot of buckets to cart around lava with you while using this resource pack. The low lighting makes some places seem dark and dreary, but that could be perfect depending on what you’re trying to build.
LokiCraft Resource Pack Installation
- Download the resource pack
- Extract the zip file you downloaded.
- Copy the folder to %appdata%\.minecraft\resourcepacks
- Download Optifine Mod and install on your PC!
- Open Minecraft and select the resource pack