Top 10 Resource Packs for Minecraft 1.18
While shaders make Minecraft look pleasing, resource packs are an additional way to add specific aesthetics or themes to your gameplay.
Whether you want to immerse yourself in a medieval adventure, be able to see through clear glass, or have a dog shelter, resource packs make anything believable. We’ve already covered the best and favorite resource packs overall, but 1.18 has brought about new landscapes to look upon (or down if you’re on a tall mountain).
What is the difference between a resource pack and texture pack?
While many use both terms to mean the same thing, there is a fundamental difference between the two. A texture pack is used for 1.6.1 and earlier versions of the game, and they only changed the in-game textures. Resource packs were added in after 1.6.1, and allow players to change sounds, music, and particle effects. They also can modify blocks, items, and entity textures.
If you’re interested in learning how to add resource packs to Minecraft, read our guides on how to add them through the Minecraft Launcher or CurseForge.
Let’s get into the top ten resource packs for _Minecraft_1.18, Caves & Cliffs Part 2!