Pulchra Revisited supports a large variety of modules. No need to sacrifice customization for stunning visuals! Pulchra Revisited utilizes the latest advances in modeling and texturing technology to produce a new level of beauty and realism. All textures are photo-scanned ensuring the best quality and detail giving you a realistic result. Each texture supports parallax occlusion mapping which provides a new layer of depth to the surfaces of your world. Pulchra Revisited also supports both specular mapping and next-gen physically based materials which are being used in many AAA game titles. Pulchra Revisited proudly supports SEUS, and will fully support many other shaders as time goes on.
Everyone's computer has different hardware and running capabilities, so Pulchra Revisited can be used in a wide range of resolutions, from 128 all the way to 2k. To top it all off, Pulchra Revisited features biome-specific textures. Extra details or entirely new textures will be added to blocks based on their environment, creating more immersiveness and variety than ever before. There will be many more features added on, such as mod support, connected textures, and even a custom mod that will add many new blocks to the game. This resource pack is still being developed so many blocks will still have vanilla textures, not to worry however as it is frequently updated.
Module system and how to use it
Pulchra Revisited features a highly customizable module system. The user can choose your own resolution for everything, ranging from blocks, items, and even the font! Along with that, you can quickly activate modules that will add new features such as biome-specific textures or support for your favorite mod. To use this system, its as easy as downloading the modules you want, putting them in your resource pack folder, and then enabling them in-game the same way you would do a standard resource pack. All modules will give you instructions on order they should be in, removing any guesswork.
Download 128x Demo
Before you go and grab a higher resolution test out the demo to give it a try. While Pulchra is in development it may be missing blocks you may need. The Demo is the full pack just at a lesser resolution.