RealisCraft Resource Pack 1.20 / 1.19

Forget about having to choose between realistic and vanilla faithful textures with the RealisCraft JE resource pack. You probably never heard of this particular pack because it’s quite new – the official release dates back to July 2020. However, it quickly gained recognition among the Minecraft community for its heightened level of realism and some high-end advanced mapping techniques. The attention to detail is unprecedented in RealisCraft JE, as you’ll immediately notice upon installing it. The groundbreaking accomplishment of this pack is its immaculate merge of default textures with just enough real-world components and implementations. Simply looking at the grass block is going to break your mind. The surface now has small bumps that represent various levels of growth of the grass. Every layout is different from any other block since they’re generated randomly. This kind of structure is also noticeable in the dirt below the grass, with notches coming out of each block. All the tree logs have randomly generated bumps and irregularities, providing an impressive and unique appearance. One of the advanced mapping techniques is Parallax Occlusion Mapping. This is a technique that gives a 3D illusion on surfaces that are actually flat inside the game. This introduces a whole new level of realism and is achieved by simulating interactions between light and various surfaces. You can notice the effect most prominently on the blocks that have some kind of depth to them, such as doors or jack-o’-lanterns. It looks like the pumpkin was really carved out and you can almost see inside the holes themselves. This feature is very innovative and can’t be found in almost any other pack. As is the case with almost every Minecraft player, you probably hate rain as well. However, with RealisCraft JE this unwanted weather phenomenon gets a complete overhaul. The water droplets and animations have been changed to be more pleasant to the eye, as well as to accurately imitate real rain. The space right in front of the player is somewhat clear while all the other area almost looks like it’s covered by a rain curtain.

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It can be hard to distinguish what exactly is around you, which adds to the realistic atmosphere that this pack offers. These realistic conditions are mainly provided by yet another advanced mapping technique – Physically Based Rendering. This is a computer graphics approach that is used to create more realistic and accurate representations of materials and the environment by modeling the flow of light in the real world. This way, materials in Minecraft are rendered with much more detail while light reflections from different surfaces have their appropriate properties. The game itself doesn’t provide built-in support for this feature, meaning that the pack introduces this by itself. The RealisCraft JE pack uses a very interesting payment model. There is a demo version that is free for everyone to download and use, albeit with some limitations. The resolution is fixed at 128×128, only the textures that change the blocks are included and it doesn’t support some additional mapping techniques that bring even more realism, such as Subsurface Scattering. The paid version ranges between $1.7 and $4.7, and depending on the amount of money you’ll either receive the 256x, 512x, 1024x, or 2048x versions of the resource pack. If you want to get all the latest updates, you’ll have to pay this amount on a monthly basis. The developer charges for the full version in order to cover expenses, as well as for the effort that went into it. When you look at the incredible features, it does make sense. As far as the performance of the pack goes, it’s important to note that you’ll need a pretty strong PC if you want to run RealisCraft JE smoothly. Most of the available screenshots and reviews are covered with shaders, which further improves the appearance of the game. If you’re already struggling with FPS, chances are that the demo 128×128 version is going to be enough for your PC’s capabilities. Currently, there’s only a Minecraft Java Edition release which you can guess by the name of the pack itself. However, RealisCraft JE is regularly updated, and the developer announced a new 4096×4096 version as well as support for Minecraft Bedrock. Its innovative nature and incredibly-looking textures make it very worth a try.

RealisCraft should be compatible with all of these Minecraft versions: 1.20.4 - 1.20.3 - 1.20.2 - 1.20.1 - 1.20 - 1.19.4 - 1.19.3 - 1.19.2 - 1.19.1 - 1.19 - Bedrock Edition - PE

RealisCraft — Screenshots

How to install RealisCraft Resource Pack:

  1. Most resource packs require Optifine, so be sure to download and install it. – general recommended step for all packs, Optifine is also needed for most shaders
  2. Download the RealisCraft texture pack for Minecraft from the download section below. – if there are many different versions, just choose the one you like, is compatible with your version/edition of Minecraft, the one you think your computer can handle in terms of performance.
  3. Launch the game client through the Minecraft launcher.
  4. On the main menu, click "Options".
  5. On the options menu, click "Resource Packs...".
  6. Click on "Open Resource Pack Folder". – folder titled "resourcepacks" will pop up
  7. Move the .zip file you downloaded in the first step to the newly opened "resourcepacks" folder.
  8. Click "Done".
  9. Click on "Resource Packs..." again.
  10. Your pack should have appeared in the left window, just hover over it and click on the arrow pointing to the right.

    QUICK TIP: Sometimes, when activating a pack, the game may say that the pack is made for a newer or older version of Minecraft. This is just a warning, it does not affect your gameplay in anyway, and you can still activate and enjoy the pack by simply clicking the "Yes" button when prompted.

  11. Click "Done" again.
  12. The pack has now been successfully loaded and ready to be used in your world!

Important information:

  • To achieve the same look as shown in the screenshots, you need to install the shader pack.
  • RealisCraft JE currently only supports LabPBR, oldPBR support coming soon.
  • To use RealisCraft, you need a high performance PC. It is recommended to try the demo version before upgrading to the full version.
  • The plan is to release 4096 x 4096 resolution and work is underway on versions for Bedrock.
Changelog:
View detailed changelog for update 1.7.0

XXL POM Update:
– An enhancement has been introduced to RealisCraft, enhancing the realism of textures and significantly improving the Parallax Occlusion Mapping (POM) effect. Moreover, this update addresses a bothersome issue with repetitive patterns on textures featuring POMs, which had been a source of frustration for players. I removed this feature due to its tendency to introduce a shadowy effect into the voids within the POM texture, ultimately yielding an unusual texture. Currently, this enhancement has been applied to a select few blocks, with plans to extend the improvements to additional blocks in upcoming updates.

– Updated blocks: Mangrove Trapdoor, Melon, Mangrove Planks, Moss block, Mossy cobblestone, Mossy stone bricks, Mud, Mud bricks, Muddy mangrove roots, Mushroom stem, Mycelium, Nether bricks, Nether gold ore, Nether quartz ore, Nether wart block, Netherite block, Netherrack, Note block, Oak door bottom, Oak log, Oak planks, Oak trapdoor, Observer, Obsidian, Ochre froglight, Orange concrete, Orange concrete powder, Orange glazed terracotta, Orange terracotta, Orange wool, Oxidized copper, Oxidized cut copper, Packed ice, Packed mud, Pink concrete, Pearlescent froglight, Pink concrete powder, Pink glazed terracotta, Pink terracotta, Pink wool, Piston, Sticky piston, Podzol, Polished andesite, Polished basalt, Polished blackstone, Polished andesite, Polished basalt, and Polished blackstone, Powder snow, Prismarine, and Prismarine bricks, Pumpkin, Purple concrete, Purple concrete powder, Purple glazed terracotta, Purple terracotta, Purple wool, Purpur block, Purpur pillar, Raw copper block, Raw gold block, Raw iron block, Red concrete, Red concrete powder, Red glazed terracotta, Red mushroom block, Red nether bricks, Red sand, Red sandstone, Red terracotta, Red wool, Redstone block, Redstone lamp, Redstone ore, Reinforced Deepslate, Repeater, Respawn Anchor, Rooted Dirt, Sand, Sandstone, Sculk, Sculk catalyst Sculk sensor, Sculk shrieker, Sea lantern, Sea pickle, Shroomlight Slime block, Smithing table, Smoker, Smooth basalt, Smooth stone, Smooth stone slab, Snow, Soul campfire, Soul lantern, Soul sand, and Soul soil.

Emissive Addition:
– This feature makes the block glow, the effect of which is most visible at night. This feature will be added to several other blocks in future updates.

– Updated blocks: Pearlescent froglight, Ochre froglight, Repeater on, Respawn anchor top off, Sculk, Sculk catalyst, Sculk vein, Sea pickle, and Small amethyst bud.

Makes normal map details better:
– Updating the Quartz block, Quartz bricks, and Quartz pillar.

View detailed changelog for update 1.6.0

XXL POM Update:
– An enhancement has been introduced to RealisCraft, enhancing the realism of textures and significantly improving the Parallax Occlusion Mapping (POM) effect. Moreover, this update addresses a bothersome issue with repetitive patterns on textures featuring POMs, which had been a source of frustration for players. Currently, this enhancement has been applied to a select few blocks, with plans to extend the improvements to additional blocks in upcoming updates.

– Updated blocks: Diamond block, Diamond ore, Diorite, Dirt, Dirt path, Dispenser, Dragon egg, Dried kelp, Dripstone, Dropper, Emerald block, Emerald ore, Enchanting table, eye of ender, End portal, End stone, End stone bricks, Dispenser, Exposed copper, Exposed cut copper, Farmland, Fire coral block, Fletching table, Flowering azalea, Frosted ice, Furnace, Gilded blackstone, Glow item frame, Glowstone, gold block, Gold ore, Granite, Grass block, Grass block snow, Gravel, Gray concrete, Gray concrete powder, Gray glazed terracotta, Gray terracotta, Gray wool, Green concrete, Green concrete powder, Green glazed terracotta, Green terracotta, Green wool, Grindstone, Hay block, Honey block, Honeycomb block, Hopper inside, Horn coral block, Ice, Iron block, Iron door, Iron ore, Iron trapdoor, Item frame, Jack o lantern, Jigsaw block, Jukebox, Jungle door, jungle log, jungle planks, Jungle trapdoor, Lapis block, Lapis ore, lectern, Light blue concrete, Light blue concrete powder, Light blue glazed terracotta, Light blue terracotta, Light blue wool, Light gray concrete, Light gray concrete powder, Light gray glazed terracotta, Light gray terracotta, Light gray wool, Lime concrete, Lime concrete powder, Lime glazed terracotta, Lime terracotta, Lime wool, Lodestone, Loom, Magenta concrete, Magenta concrete powder, Magenta glazed terracotta, magenta terracotta, Magenta wool, Magma, Mangrove door, and Mangrove log

Removed Material AO feature:
– I removed this feature due to its tendency to introduce a shadowy effect into the voids within the POM texture, ultimately yielding an unusual texture. The removal of this feature has been implemented selectively in specific blocks for now, but it is scheduled for complete removal in upcoming updates.

– Updated blocks: Diamond block, Diamond ore, Diorite, Dirt, Dirt path, Dispenser, Dragon egg, Dried kelp, Dripstone, Dropper, Emerald block, Emerald ore, Enchanting table, eye of ender, End portal, End stone, End stone bricks, Dispenser, Exposed copper, Exposed cut copper, Farmland, Fire coral block, Fletching table, Flowering azalea, Frosted ice, Furnace, Gilded blackstone, Glow item frame, Glowstone, gold block, Gold ore, Granite, Grass block, Grass block snow, Gravel, Gray concrete, Gray concrete powder, Gray glazed terracotta, Gray terracotta, Gray wool, Green concrete, Green concrete powder, Green glazed terracotta, Green terracotta, Green wool, Grindstone, Hay block, Honey block, Honeycomb block, Hopper inside, Horn coral block, Ice, Iron block, Iron door, Iron ore, Iron trapdoor, Item frame, Jack o lantern, Jigsaw block, Jukebox, Jungle door, jungle log, jungle planks, Jungle trapdoor, Lapis block, Lapis ore, lectern, Light blue concrete, Light blue concrete powder, Light blue glazed terracotta, Light blue terracotta, Light blue wool, Light gray concrete, Light gray concrete powder, Light gray glazed terracotta, Light gray terracotta, Light gray wool, Lime concrete, Lime concrete powder, Lime glazed terracotta, Lime terracotta, Lime wool, Lodestone, Loom, Magenta concrete, Magenta concrete powder, Magenta glazed terracotta, magenta terracotta, Magenta wool, Magma, Mangrove door, and Mangrove log

Emissive Addition:
– This feature makes the block glow, the effect of which is most visible at night. This feature will be added to several other blocks in future updates.

– Updated blocks: Detector rail, Dragon egg, Enchanting table, Eye of ender, and Jigsaw block

View detailed changelog for update 1.5.0

XXL POM Update:
– An enhancement has been introduced to RealisCraft, enhancing the realism of textures and significantly improving the Parallax Occlusion Mapping (POM) effect. Moreover, this update addresses a bothersome issue with repetitive patterns on textures featuring POMs, which had been a source of frustration for players. Currently, this enhancement has been applied to a select few blocks, with plans to extend the improvements to additional blocks in upcoming updates.

Removed Material AO feature:
– I removed this feature due to its tendency to introduce a shadowy effect into the voids within the POM texture, ultimately yielding an unusual texture. The removal of this feature has been implemented selectively in specific blocks for now, but it is scheduled for complete removal in upcoming updates.

Emissive Addition:
– This feature makes the block glow, the effect of which is most visible at night. This feature will be added to several other blocks in future updates.

View detailed changelog for update 1.4.0

Bug fixes:
– Fixed dark oak plank having wrong rotation.
– Fixed texture concrete that is not seamless.

Other:
– Added POM to 2D block (Grass, flowers and more)
– Added PBR to 2D block (Grass, flowers and more)
– Now supports Minecraft Java Edition 1.20.x
– Now supports OldPBR.

View detailed changelog for update 1.3.0

Performance improvements:
– Downsized 2048x from 19GB to 14GB
– Downsized 128x from 64MB to 58MB

Other:
– Increase brightness.(Continuing the previous update)
– Adding Porosity (Continuing the previous update)
– Added Emissions (Continuing the previous update)
– Added AO Materials (Continuing the previous update)
– Added SSS features to some textures (Continuing the previous update)
– Added metallic features to some textures (Continuing the previous update)
– Added f0 features to some textures (Continuing the previous update)
– Added POM to 2D block (Grass, flowers and more)
– Added PBR to 2D block (Grass, flowers and more)

View detailed changelog for update 1.2.0

Bug fixes:
– Acacia Door (Line bug)
– Fixed Porosity bug (Noise and Mixed with SSS features)
– Fixed SSS bugs (Noise and Mixed with Porosity features)
– Fixed metals bug (Noise)

Performance improvements:
– Downsized 2048x from 20GB to 19GB
– Downsized 128x from 65MB to 64MB

Other:
– Increase brightness.(Continuing the previous update)
– Adding Porosity (Continuing the previous update)
– Added Emissions (Continuing the previous update)
– Added AO Materials (Continuing the previous update)
– Added SSS features to some textures (Continuing the previous update)
– Added metallic features to some textures (Continuing the previous update)
– Added f0 features to some textures

View detailed changelog for update 1.1.0

Bug fixes:
– Fire as it crawls and burns mobs. (Missing textures)
– Soul fire (Mising texture)
– Purpur block (Line Bug)
– Package Ice (Line Bug)
– Copper block (Line Bug)
– Seagrass (Missing texture)

Performance improvements:
– Downsized 2048x from 25GB to 20GB and Downsized 128x from 75MB to 65MB

Other:
– Increase brightness.
– Adding Porosity
– Added Emissions
– Added AO Materials
– Added SSS features to some textures
– Added metallic features to some textures

RealisCraft Texture Pack Download

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DOWNLOAD LINKS
The Java Edition of this pack requires Optifine and Shaders to work and will not work without them! Get optifine here. Get Shaders here.

Bedrock Edition:

[128x] [1.20.x – 1.18.x] [RTX] Download RealisCraft BE Resource Packabsolutely free;

[128x] [1.20.x] [DeferredRendering] Download RealisCraft BE Resource Packabsolutely free;

[256x] [1.20.x – 1.19.x] Download RealisCraft BE Resource Pack – paid pack;

[512x] [1.20.x – 1.19.x] Download RealisCraft BE Resource Pack – paid pack;

[1024x] [1.20.x – 1.19.x] Download RealisCraft BE Resource Pack – paid pack;

[2048x] [1.20.x – 1.19.x] Download RealisCraft BE Resource Pack – paid pack;

Java Edition:

[128x] [1.20.x – 1.12.x] Download RealisCraft JE Resource Packabsolutely free;

[256x] [1.20.x – 1.12.x] Download RealisCraft JE Resource Packpaid pack;

[512x] [1.20.x – 1.12.x] Download RealisCraft JE Resource Packpaid pack;

[1024x] [1.20.x – 1.12.x] Download RealisCraft JE Resource Packpaid pack;

[2048x] [1.20.x – 1.12.x] Download RealisCraft JE Resource Packpaid pack;

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Author: GalacticCraft
Last updated: 10 April 2024
Category: DefaultRealistic
Compatibility: Java

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  1. GalanticCraft (Creator, I’m serious)

    Hello, I’ve observed several issues with this package across different devices, including size reduction and game crashes at high resolutions. I apologize for any inconvenience caused. Presently, I’ve devised the most effective solution available, though it may not resolve all issues.

    Introducing the standard version of Realiscraft. This version excludes POM and PBR features, allowing for smoother operation even up to 2048x resolution. However, you can manually incorporate POM and PBR from RTX and RD versions for specific blocks (a video tutorial will be provided for this). This enables users to assess their device’s capabilities and tailor the resource pack accordingly, ensuring optimal performance without overburdening the system.

    The standard version, devoid of POM and PBR, will be released in early March. Additionally, if you encounter the “Invalid ZIP” issue, fret not. A video tutorial on resolving this problem will also be made available.

    What needs to be emphasized is that in the Standard version of Realiscraft, you can add POM and PBR features from the RTX and DR versions for the blocks you want, without forcing all blocks to have POM and PBR which will burden the device.

    I have also started a new project for minecraft RTX and deferred rendering which you will access for free.

  2. Unboundclassic

    Nevermind I fixed it

  3. Unboundclassic

    It does nothing and I have BSL Shaderpack that is also a labPBR Shaderpack please help me