Depixel 1.15 is a default-inspired resource pack for Minecraft 1.15, meaning that it sets itself the task of offering new textures to Minecraft’s visuals without losing the charm of the originals. Are you after a new resource pack that won’t lose your favourite aspects of the default visual style? Then keep reading to see how this pack might just be your next favourite.
What is Depixel 1.15?
Depixel 1.15 is a resource pack that is focused on improving the default (note:default pixel) Minecraft visuals while retaining their undeniable charm. Not only are the textures given a bit of a facelift, but they’re also given a resolution boost too. Not only stylish, but technologically superior!
Is Depixel 1.15 fun to use?
Depixel 1.15 is an overall great resource pack if you love the regular Minecraft experience but want something that will inject a bit of new life into the game’s visuals. Safe to say, if you’ve been a fan of Depixel up until this point, Depixel 1.15 will not disappoint.
Textures still retain their unique identifiers in this pack, so you won’t have to worry about the inevitable ‘What block is that?’ question you get with some resource packs. Blocks like the leaves blocks look fantastic in this pack as the added resolution allows for much more definition between individual leaves on the texture image. I’m less of a fan of blocks like logs and cobblestone. Unfortunately the added pixel space for the textures just comes across as visually-crowded.
I much prefer more minimalist and intentional designs that make use of a limited amount of workspace. These textures remind me more of games from the 90s rather than a modern game with a unique art style.
Some choices in the pack are a little bit confusing, and odd design choices leave certain blocks looking worse than their default inspirations. Take for example the default Steve skin. Rather than the simple but instantly recognisable version we all know, we now have a bizarre faux-realistic version that looks kind of...creepy. Though some players might enjoy the boost in realism on its own merit, so this gripe might depend on personal preference.
If you love Minecraft’s original art style but are after something that will inject some new life into your Minecraft playthroughs, you have to give Depixel 1.15 a try. With its own unique personality combined with Minecraft’s undeniable charm, this resource pack is a match made in heaven for the aesthetic-conscious vanilla player.
What are the pros of Depixel 1.15?
✔Improves upon Minecraft’s default textures
✔Keeps spirit and charm of original visuals
✔Increases the texture resolution to 32x32
What are the cons of Depixel 1.15?
X Certain blocks look comparatively worse than their originals
X Some artistic choices aren’t my favourite
X Not a great choice for players after a big visual change
How do you install Depixel 1.15?
Need some fresh new textures in your version of Minecraft but don’t want to sacrifice the charm and beauty of the original visuals? Then get downloading Depixel 1.15 right now! Use our guide below to install resource packs quickly and easily for Minecraft 1.15.
The first step is (as you might’ve guessed) to install Depixel 1.15. This will download as a zip file. When that’s done, you need to locate your Minecraft resource pack folder. Don’t know where that is? Find it by opening Minecraft and going to options>resource packs>open resource pack folder. Likewise, you can access the folder outside of Minecraft by going to one of the following file directories depending on your computer’s OS:
When you’ve found the resource pack folder, place the zip download in it. Now, start up Minecraft and go to the resource pack menu. In here you need to activate Depixel 1.15 as your active resource pack. Enjoy your resource pack!
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Depixel 1.15 for Minecraft Download Links
Below is where you can find download links for Depixel 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.
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