Patrix Resource Pack For 1.19 [32x→256x] Free Download!Published Aug 2, 2021
Free Version: Patrix 1.18 [32x]
Hello, My friends, today. We're extending our favorite texture pack of all time. And what hypothetically the best-looking textures you can find in Minecraft, it's the stunning pack of Patrix. Keep watching to see how this masterpiece looks in Minecraft 1.18.
So to start things off, I'm going to exhibit all things that made this texture pack unique. I'll also talk about what sets Patrix apart, and at the end of the video, I will teach you guys how to download and install this texture pack. Let's get into it.
So the reason I returned to this pack with a dedicated video is the tremendous amount of updates that came up ever since I reviewed it. The author of this pack succeeded in finishing all the 1.18 blocks before it was even released, which is pretty impressive. He also managed to cover a significant chunk of the items' textures. Another thing though, Patrix has become compatible with other shaders, not only Seus PTGI, now you can try Kappa 4.1 shaders, Complementary shaders, and the list goes on.
Patrix foliage looks good, but with the additional models pack, it can get pretty ridiculous. It's a small-sized pack, but it can truly enhance your experience, so don't just ignore it.
Another thing about the pack is the various resolutions the author has granted, from 32x to 256x, but I'd recommend you guys stay away from the 256x. It's not healthy for your PC, and you might have to change your graphics card or the entire Computer. Just keep out of it and try other resolutions. I think the 32x is the best resolution for survival gameplay from my inspection. It's simple and doesn't stray far further from Vanilla Minecraft. However, if you're looking for insane graphics, go for the 128x. It's playable on most Mid-range to high-end computers and propounds unusual textures.
The connected textures are the thing that Makes Patrix this demanding despite the minimum resolutions it comes with. Essentially, everything is attached with this texture pack, not to mention the smart texturing Patrix had maintained in his pack. One of the methods to better the performance is to use non-raytracing shaders, my favorite is Seus renewed, but you can choose other shaders.
- First, you're going to install Patrix
- Then on Minecraft, you're going to click on the resource pack tab, then "open resource packs folder."
- Then from there, you're going to copy-paste your pack there.
- Open Minecraft and select Patrix (Make sure to have the basic pack at the bottom)
- Lastly, Enjoy!
All in All, Patrix is an unprecedented texture pack, and you should give it a try, especially with the 32x resolution available for free. I hope this post was sufficient to describe Patrix, and I'll catch you in the next one.
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