Cordelia PvP Texture Pack 16x 1.8.9 is a blue-based PvP texture pack for Minecraft which makes the overall theme feel cooler and cold. This texture pack replaces the entire PvP items and equipment of Minecraft with aqua-blue-based color schemes. Not only that, but it also makes the armor and weapons look cool. Combined it makes one hell of a PvP Texture Pack.
This texture pack mostly changes and modifies the way that your PvP related items look. This includes modifications to your Diamond Armor sets, Diamond Weapons set, tools, particles, and any other texture related to PvP such as potions and more.
We highly encourage our viewers and readers to try and download PvP textures packs to make 1.8.9 more engaging, more immersive, and give you more ways to have fun with Minecraft!
If you love this pack and want to have more in the future, you can show your love to the creator’s YouTube Channel. You can check his Youtube Channel to support him. You can check more PVP packs over here.
If you love this pack and want to have more in the future, you can show your love to its original creator. You can see credits of who made this pack in the texture packs section of Minecraft settings. You can check his Youtube Channel to support him. You can check more PVP packs over here.
To make sure you get the best game experience possible we strongly recommend using PvP Texture Pack in combination with Optifine. For the best PvP experience, we recommend you use Minecraft version 1.8 or 1.7.
How to install UHC PvP Texture Packs 1.8.9 / 1.8.8?
If you don’t know how to install the Cordelia PvP Texture Pack 16x 1.8.9 just look below, we’ll provide you with a short tutorial there. This installation guide should work with all Minecraft versions. To see the Official Download Links just scroll down.
1. Make sure you have installed Optifine.
2. Download the Cordelia PvP Texture Pack 16x 1.8.9 from the official links.
3. Start Minecraft, navigate to “options” then.
4. Navigate from “options” > “Resource Packs” > “Open resource packs folder”.
5. Drag and drop the pack into the folder.
6. When you now launch Minecraft you should see the Pack.