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Best Texture Packs For Seus Shaders 2022

Minecraft is a game with simple graphics and a block-like appearance. Aside from the gameplay arguing with physics Minecraft also has a very unrealistic look. This style is very popular and many gamers love it! However, it’s not for everyone. Since Minecraft is highly moddable, there exist many different types of texture packs that can alter how your game looks while you play.

Minecraft is a simple pixel graphic based game with a block like appearance. Minecraft has a very unrealistic look that make’s it a little boring to some. To fill the gap, shaders and Texures packs are released by developers and are often unofficial.

In this post, you will get all the best Texture packs that works with Sonic Ether’s Unbelievable Shaders. The list has texture packs that are trending in 2022.

1. ModernArch R [1.16.2 – 1.18] [256×256]

ModernArch R is a remake that, by all means, is an improved version of the original ModernArch. Contains 3D models, 1024x resolution, PBR textures and more.
ModernArch R is a resource pack that makes Minecraft realistic looking, based on modern interiors. In addition to containing high-resolution textures with PBR maps, the resource pack also features custom 3D models of game blocks that can be used in different contexts, such as interior detailing.

Features:
• Custom 3D models
• Realistic PBR textures
• 3 different resolutions
• POM

2. Polybrick [1.17 – 1.18] [512x]

This resource pack uses solid colors in textures, giving the game a simpler, more plastic look. It is available in 512x resolution, which is perfect to keep all the necessary details in the vector drawings that some of the bricks have. It was inspired by LEGO.

Features:
• Custom 3D models
• Realistic PBR textures
• POM

3. Genesis texture pack 1024×1024

Genesis texture packs are and always will be designed to be used together with shaders and especially for Sonic Ether’s PTGI (Path Tracing Global Illumination) shaders. The textures are PBR (Physically Based Rendering) so many blocks do not just include one texture map but 3 that in total give the block a unique look, an immersive 3d look that looks stunning (especially if you use PTGI shaders)