Bars 1.15 is a resource pack for Minecraft 1.15 that is very simple with its overall goal. Specifically, the pack looks to change the game’s various interface bars into ‘true’ bars, essentially giving them a fresh visual overhaul. If that doesn’t sound overly picky, then you’re in the right place! This is a great pack to have sandwiched between various other packs for a truly personalised Minecraft experience. Keep reading my rundown and review to hear all you need to know about this bar obsessed pack.
What is Bars 1.15?
Bars 1.15 is a small detail pack for Minecraft 1.15 that was created for the purpose of upgrading the game’s many visual bars. Be them health, stamina or even internet connection bars, Bars 1.15 leaves no stone unturned and rejuvenates the design for each and every bar in the game with a fresh new look. Though, don’t get this confused with the iron bar blocks, as this pack doesn’t change those!
What is Bars 1.15 like when installed?
It’s hard for me to dislike a resource pack like Bars 1.15 when it serves such a specific and minor purpose. For me, I’m happy to see the GUI bars in Minecraft unchanged as they have never bothered me. But, this is the modern world and if someone has a personal bug bear with the way a certain aspect of Minecraft’s visuals, by George, they’ll make a resource pack to fix it!
The pack’s changes are very inoffensive on a grand scale, but clearly serve a purpose. Bars in the game’s user interface such as health, stamina and experience have been redesigned so that they reflect the shape of actual bars. Rather than be simple horizontal lines, the numerical values displayed by the bars are represented by literal bars. And if that sounds confusing, you’re probably better off checking out one of the screenshots below. There’s only so many ways I can describe bars.
The only real downside to a pack like this is that because it is so very personalised and only affects a very specific part of Minecraft, that it is inherently not made for a wide pool of players. Therefore, I wouldn’t recommend this pack to everyone, but I would definitely recommend it to players who are always looking to tailor Minecraft’s visuals to match their own personal tastes. As I mentioned earlier, this pack would do very well mixed with a variety of different packs, resulting in a truly bespoke visual style. Alternatively, the pack also wouldn’t go amiss in one single overhaul pack that combines many different resource packs into one experience.
What are the pros of Bars 1.15?
✔Leaves no impact on the game’s performance
✔Adds fine tweaks and detail to the game
✔Can be easily stacked on top of other resource packs
What are the cons of Bars 1.15?
X Doesn’t have much use for many players
X Only changes minor visual aspects
X Not recommended for everyone’s needs
How do I install Bars 1.15?
Installing resource packs like Bars 1.15 is easy, but there’s always a first time for everything. That’s why we always include a handy guide below all of our resource pack coverage, so you can get packs installed in just a few minutes.
To install Bars 1.15, you first need to download it. This will come in the form of a compressed zip file. When it’s done, put it somewhere safe until later. Now open up Minecraft and make your way to the options menu. From there, select ‘resourcepacks’ and finally ‘open resource pack folder’ at the bottom of the screen. This will open the folder you need to proceed.
You can also access this folder by going through your files manually. In the table below you will see the file directory you need to follow depending on which operating system your computer uses:
Place the download from earlier into the folder you opened. Lastly, go to the resource pack menu again and enable Bars 1.15 as an active resource pack in your pack list.
Bars 1.15 Preview
Bars 1.15 for Minecraft Download Links
Below is where you can find download links for Bars 1.15
At the end of the day, if you want to play Minecraft you first need to download OptiFine! There are millions of players in Minecraft make sure that you are using fair mods which does not disrupt or bother gameplay of other players.