Minecraft features a plethora of different types of biomes across its vast open world. While there are several things to explore, sometimes the gameplay experience it can get a tad bit boring. Speaking of the Bedrock version, there’s a lack of mods and customizations for modding. Not to worry as you can install and download several texture packs to add a flair to the game. The best part is that you can get them from their official website. But several players are confused about choosing these packs. So, check out our guide to find out the best texture packs for Minecraft Bedrock Edition.
Best Texture Packs for Minecraft Bedrock Edition
As mentioned earlier, you can download texture packs directly from the official Minecraft website (link). But there is also a plethora of texture packs not available on the official site.
So, here are our suggestions for the best Texture Packs in Bedrock Edition.
King Rye’s RTX
Have you ever wondered about how the OG Minecraft would look with Ray tracing? Here’s a texture pack (link) that enables Ray tracing and realistic graphics in the Bedrock version. The textures are a mix of 1024x and 512x. Quite obviously, you need an RTX Graphic card to run this texture pack. But once you have installed the King Rye’s RTX Texture Pack, there’s no going back. This pack alters Minecraft into a hyper-realistic version.
John Smith Legacy
Ever since the John Smith Legacy texture pack’s (link) release, it has been widely enjoyed by Minecraft players. That’s simply due to its beauty and its intricate craft. It’s a texture pack that brings the glory of the medieval era into the game. If you want to admire this texture pack’s beauty to its fullest, the best time would be during nighttime.
Retro NES Texture Pack in Minecraft Bedrock
While Minecraft is known for its vanilla textures, the Retro NES pack (link) takes you further back into the past. With this texture pack, you can turn Minecraft into classic 8-Bit graphics. This Texture pack is best appreciated among old-school players. If you have played the old-timer NES console, this texture pack will fill you with nostalgia. In my opinion, its graphics perfectly suit Minecraft with colorful and vibrant textures.
This texture pack brings Halloween early into Minecraft with its dark and horrifying textures. Having said that, the Horror Craft texture pack (link) also adds several horrifying mobs into the game. But on the brighter (or darker) side, you can build haunted castles, creepy woods, and several other scary tactics. It is a pretty detailed texture pack by GOE Craft and you can unlock it from the official Minecraft website for 830 Minecoins.
The BlockPixel Texture pack (link) is best suited for players who don’t want to lose the signature look of Minecraft. It combines every texture into different blocks and squares. As a result, you get a similar yet more immersive and colorful open world. Furthermore, the BlockPixel offers a fresh look to all the villagers and mobs in the Minecraft Bedrock version.
That’s everything covered about the best texture packs for Minecraft Bedrock Edition. If you liked this guide, check out our guides on the best Bedrock shaders, how to craft and use Cauldron, how to build a creeper farm, and more Minecraft Guides on our dedicated section right here on Gamer Tweak.