This article will show you exactly how to download and install Default 3D in Minecraft. From where to download Default 3D to how you can add Default 3D into Minecraft in order for it to get a completely new look, this article will cover it all! What is the Default 3D resource pack? Well, it makes Minecraft look and feel 3D by giving textures a really cool connected look with different levels of texture throughout the block. It is a super unique pack, so let’s go ahead and learn how to get Default 3D installed in Minecraft!
How To Download & Install Default3D in Minecraft
Step 1) Download The Default 3D
The first step of getting Default 3D in Minecraft is download it. You can find the official download page for Default 3D linked in the description above. Once you click the yellow download button above, you will be taken off to a page where you want to scroll down until you see the ‘Download Links’ section. Under that, you will see a little text link that says ‘Download Default 3D’. Click that, and you will be taken off to a page where you can select the Minecraft version you are downloading Default 3D for. When you click the version you want, it will take you to a confirmation page where you can click the ‘Download: Default 3D’ button. After clicking that button, Default 3D will start downloading automatically!
Step 2) Open Up Minecraft & Find The ‘Resource Pack' Section
Now, before we can install Default 3D, we need to find the folder to install it to. Luckily, this is very, very easy just open up Minecraft, and from the main menu, click the ‘Options' button. This will open up a page where you will see a ‘Resource Packs' option. Click on that, and you will see ‘Available Resource Packs' and ‘Selected Resource Packs'. You will also see an ‘Open Resource Pack Folder' button. From here, we can install the resource pack.
Step 3) Install Default 3D
So you've got the Default 3D Resource Pack downloaded, and you've found the Resource Pack folder. The quest is though how to do you actually get it installed? Well, this is actually really simple. Just click the ‘Open Resource Pack' folder button to open up the resource pack folder. Now, all you need to do to install Default 3D is drag-and-drop it into the resource packs folder that you have now opened. That's it! Just drag and drop Default 3D into the resource pack folder, and you are done!
Step 4) Select The Default 3D Resource Pack
The last thing that you need to do is select the Default 3D texture pack. This is very, very easy. Just go back to Minecraft, click the ‘Done' button in the bottom right, and then, click the ‘Open Resource Pack' folder again. You will now see ‘Default 3D', under the ‘Available Resource Packs' section. To activate it, just hover over the image on the left-hand side of Default 3D and click the right-pointing arrow. This will move the resource pack to the ‘Selected Resource Packs' section. Once you have moved the resource pack to this side, go ahead and click ‘Done'. Minecraft will then go ahead and install the texture pack and reload itself!
Step 5) Have Fun & Enjoy Default 3D!
Congratulations! Default 3D is now installed! Have some fun, build stuff, or install some other texture packs or mods. We have over 50 different tutorials on installing mods and texture packs all with there officially download links. We've also got tutorials on starting, maintaining, and running Minecraft servers. Thus, if you need to know how to do anything in Minecraft, just search our site or check out our Minecraft category for in-depth mod, texture pack, and server tutorials!
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