The new Minecraft 1.16 Nether Update brings many new features for the Nether. The underworld of Minecraft has become much more interesting thanks to the major 1.16 update and has completely new biomes, blocks, items and mobs. There is also a new ore called Netherite, which is stronger than diamond, but can only be found in the Nether and is very rare. Although the 1.16 update was released recently, there are already many 1.16 Resource Packs. Today we are going to show you How To Download & Install your favourite Texture Packs and Resource Packs in Minecraft 1.16.
How to download 1.16 Resource Packs
Before we get to the 1.16 Resource Pack tutorial, you need a suitable texture pack that works perfectly for the 1.16 version. We have prepared a large collection of 1.16 Texture Packs for you. From FPS Boost Packs to realistic HD Resource Packs you will find the best 1.16 Resource Packs there. In this special video, you can also see the currently five best Texture Packs 1.16.
How to install 1.16 Resource Packs
If you have selected a suitable Resource Pack, click on the download link down below. You will get the Resource Pack in a .zip file. It is important that it is compatible with the current version. When the download is complete, you can now open the Minecraft Launcher. It is important that you select version 1.16 for your launcher.
Then start Minecraft and you will land in the main menu. Now click on “Options” and navigate from “Resource Packs” to “Open Pack Folder“. A folder will appear where you insert the Resource Pack you just downloaded. If your Resource Pack is in the folder, you can now close the folder. The Resource Pack now appears in Minecraft in your Resource Pack list. Hover over the Resource Pack icon and an arrow will appear where you click on to select the Pack. Then click on “Done” and the Resource Pack is now ready to be played by you!
We recommend that you always use Texture Packs in combination with Optifine 1.16 because this gives you multiple graphics settings and can result in a higher number of FPS. You can also update a Texture Pack in-game by pressing the “F3 + T” key combination. If the instructions are still a bit too incomprehensible for you, you can watch a 1.16 Tutorial Video here, which explains the instructions step by step.