Here are the best resource packs for FPS in Minecraft!
The beauty of Minecraft is that almost any PC can handle it since it is an “old” game and does not require high-end systems. However, if you want to use various visual mods, Minecraft can take a toll on your FPS and drop it a lot. To avoid this issue, we have listed some of the best resource packs for FPS boost in Minecraft.
These best resource packs for increasing your FPS in Minecraft are:
- Dark PvP
- Mythic Texture Pack
If you are having FPS issues due to whatever reason, these packs will surely help you out. All of them have their own unique benefits and you should check out whichever pack suits you best. With that said, let’s get started and look at some of the best resource packs for FPS boost in Minecraft.
Minecraft Version(s): 1.7.10 to 1.9.4
This pack is ideal for users that are looking for a dark and gritty experience that will make Minecraft look like a horror game. The sinister tone of this pack is great for various modes of the game such as Bedwars. If you want to use this pack, you are guaranteed to have a unique and immersive experience that will be extremely memorable.
It goes without saying that this pack boosts your FPS as well since that is its main purpose. Everything else is just an added bonus that is a welcomed addition. Dark PvP offers a great PvP experience that is almost unmatched by other packs. It also makes the textures look sharper which gives the game a good uniqueness alongside being compatible with various Minecraft versions.
Mythic Texture Pack
Minecraft Version(s): 1.14.4 to 1.19
The Mythic Texture Pack enhances the textures of all the blocks in the game. While most of the FPS packs reduce the quality of textures so that you can have increased FPS, this one does the complete opposite. In terms of FPS, you’ll definitely, see an improvement, but you’ll also notice that all of the textures look extra clean. This pack is truly the best of both worlds if you want your game to continue looking great while enjoying a boost in your FPS.
Minecraft Version(s): 1.12.2 to 1.17.1
Moving on to the MoreFPSPack which does exactly what its name suggest; it gives you more FPS. While the increase in FPS is certainly a great thing to have, this pack reduces the textures of all blocks and objects to ensure that your game requires fewer graphical resources. Players have reported that they have gone from 30 to almost 100 FPS just by using this pack. If you do not mind the decrease in texture quality and want to play Minecraft at a higher FPS if your system does not meet the requirements, this pack is just for you.
This pack is generally the most suggested and most common when it comes to FPS boosting packs since it is quite popular. If you have been looking for these types of packs, chances are that you’ve heard about this one. Don’t be afraid to give it a try as it will surely improve your gameplay and overall experience.
Minecraft Version(s): 1.8 to 1.18.2
While some players might consider this to have “bad visuals” it is actually intentional. The Depixel resource pack ensures that Minecraft looks like it initially did when it launched but with higher resolution textures for modern standards.
The best part about this is that not only does it increase your FPS, but it also has some unique-looking textures that are fun to look at. Plus, if you have a low-end system, this pack will help you out a lot as it will make your game playable without any issues.
Bonus Resource: Optifine
While yes, Optifine technically isn’t a resource pack, it is a great mod that significantly improves your FPS and overall performance in Minecraft. We all know how frustrating and annoying lag can be, however, with this mod, you don’t have to worry about that anymore.
And, the installation and setup process is extremely straightforward is quite intuitive. Generally, we recommend installing Optifine before you go about putting up new resource packs since the mod tends to negate the need for one in the first place.
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