A Minecraft fan is currently working on a texture pack for the sandbox that includes LEGO bricks and pieces that look amazing.
A big Minecraft Fan has created a LEGO A texture pack with game-inspired textures. This isn’t the first time the popular sandbox game has seen a crossover with LEGO (whether official or fan-made), with the toy company releasing more than a few Minecraft sets in the past, including the humongous LEGO Minecraft Mountain Cave set with almost 3,000 pieces. The Minecraft sets are quite expensive, just like other LEGO sets.
It isn’t surprising that LEGO and Minecraft would collaborate on products, as both feature similar themes involving creating things out of blocks. The popularity of Minecraft has grown tremendously since it was initially released almost a decade ago, enough that it has even spawned several spin-off games. On the flip side, Minecraft isn’t the first video game franchise that LEGO has worked with across its over 70-year history. LEGO has also collaborated with the likes of Sonic the Hedgehog to release official LEGO sets this year to celebrate the video game franchise’s 30-year anniversary.
Reddit user U/Macio6 shared a preview for their texture pack on Minecraft subreddit. The preview includes images of trees and a side of a mountain. Rather than flat textures applied to typical Minecraft blocks, the texture pack makes the blocks look like actual LEGO pieces, with some looking like several layers or pieces put together. Similar to actual LEGO bricks, the blocks also feature the toy company’s logo on the studs. The texture pack is still in the works, but u/macio6 said that it would be soon.
According to u/macio6, it is a texture pack for the SEUS PTGI Shader Pack. This shader pack will allow ray tracing without an RTX graphics cards and will work with all NVIDIA graphics cards. The shader pack is apparently still in development and hasn’t been publicly released yet, so those who want to try out u/macio6’s LEGO texture pack may have to wait a while unless they release it without the use of SEUS PTGI. Mojang, a Minecraft developer, and NVIDIA officially supported RTX ray tracing on Windows 10 in late 2013.
There have been quite few fan-made movies. LEGO Although there have been other texture packs inspired by the past, this one is most authentic. With Minecraft’s With the next official update still some months away, fan projects such as these give players more to look forward to in the game while they wait for official releases.