Despite handling over 200 million units, the best-selling game of all time, titles with poor graphics have long been "like Minecraft." These days, adding modes and support for radiation tracking has made this statement a bit misleading. It might still be veiled, but it could be beautiful.
As reported by Kotaku, the hodilton YouTube channel has released a video showing what Minecraft looks like (download the latest version here) after the magical update mods. The items used in this case are Realistic Textures, Continuum 2.1 (for light and canopy), Terra (which creates more realistic worlds), and Physics Mod.
The game is completely different visually: like lava instead of big orange and brown pixels. Similar to brick, floor and other surfaces. Leaves sway in the wind, but the most obvious effects are those of light and water. But are you losing the allure of the basic version? The decision is up to the player.
Minecraft These, but not as you know them
If you want to play Minecraft with 4K textures and all other ringtones, you'll need more than just a potato-style computer. and whistles. The hodilton i9-10850K uses @5.1GHz, an Nvidia RTX 3090 and 32GB of RAM and can't even stay at 30fps. Could this start a new monkey? You ask, “But can you play modern Minecraft in 4K?” More interesting than "But can he play Crysis?"
Hodilton said he wants to send 8K video, but 32GB of RAM isn't enough.
In addition to the mode, those with a GeForce RTX series of 20 or higher can add radiation tracing and DLSS effects to Minecraft. Download it here. p>
4K mode looks completely different from the base game
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