Battlefield 3; such an intense game! Made by developers at DICE, and published by EA, the 11-title series has been providing customers with a realistic, intense, and action-packed battle experience since 2002. Battlefield games are known for its’ vehicle warfare, large maps, and destructible environments. Somewhat similar to Battlefield, Minecraft shares some attributes with Battlefield. Vehicles; horses and pigs, Large Maps; infinite map generation, destructible environments; creepers, TNT, Mining and Building. Since the two games share some qualities, why not combine them? That’s exactly what the creator of this pack thought. Due to those thoughts, the Battlefield 3 Resource Pack was created! The Battlefield 3 Resource Pack for Minecraft 1.7.2 adds an essence of Battlefield into Minecraft by adding several new textures. However, this pack is a work-in-progress, so there are many textures not customized to accompany the look and feel of Battlefield 3. If you’re a Battlefield junkie, especially Battlefield 3, or someone just looking for a new Minecraft experience, then the Battlefield 3 Resource Pack for Minecraft 1.7.2 is the Resource Pack for you!
Battlefield 3 Resource Pack for Minecraft 1.7.2 Main Features
- Several textures supported
- Work in Progress
- 64×64 resolution
- Battlefield 3 feel
- Battlefield 3 Inspired
Battlefield 3 Resource Pack for Minecraft 1.7.2 Pros and Cons
- Pros: Battlefield 3 essence, HD Resolution, recommended for any Battlefield veteran
- Cons: This pack is a Work in Progress, so it is lacking some textures
How to Install Battlefield 3 Resource Pack for Minecraft 1.7.2
- The Installation of this pack is very tricky so be sure to pay attention carefully.
- First, you need to have either Optifine or MCPatcher installed sucessfully
- Once that is done, you need to download a small program called TextureEnder, made by Jeb, one of the developers at Mojang
- Download the Battlefield 3 Resource Pack
- Open TextureEnder
- When TextureEnder opens, it will open your file explorer. Locate where your resource pack downloaded to, and open it.
- The program will do the rest, and after it finishes, it will create a new file in the same folder where the original pack was located.
- Go to your Start menu, search %appdata%, and open your Roaming folder
- Navigate to .minecraft>resourcepacks
- Drag and Drop your converted resource pack (it will have a suffix of “converted-random numbers”) into your resourcepacks folder
- Enjoy your new Battlefield-themed textures!