The Faithful resource pack is a classic, which all other texture packs in its category are compared to. This is not only because Faithful was one of the first of its kind, but also because it succeeds so thoroughly at its singular goal: upscaling the default textures to double the resolution, while keeping everything that Minecraft players love about the default game. In fact, the creator of Faithful touts this pack as “the most popular texture pack in the world”. While this is a hard claim to verify, it’s undeniable that Faithful has become a staple in the the Minecraft community in a way few other packs manage.
While many other default-style texture packs aim to improve upon Minecraft’s textures by adding their own unique twist – for example, more naturalistic textures in the case of Unity, or more smooth and vibrant textures in the case of the CreatorPack – Faithful instead attempts to retain as much from the original textures as possible, keeping the original color pallet and style. Therefore, realism isn’t necessarily increased over the default textures, despite the striking increase in detail. Some may find this approach underwhelming, but for others, this is the perfect balance. It therefore comes highly recommended to anyone who already like how Minecraft looks.
Faithful supports Minecraft Java versions ranging from 1.12 to 1.17, and a Bedrock version is available for purchase.
Images provided through the author’s official pages
How to Download
1. Click the download button below, or manually select a version
2. Save the file to your computer
3. Open Minecraft, then navigate to options > resource packs > open resource pack folder
4. Move the downloaded resource pack file into that folder
5. In Minecraft, select your new pack in the resource pack menu
Or manually select a version:
All download links are ones provided by the original texture pack authors, and are unmodified. We do not host download links on our own servers.
All credit goes to xMrVizzy and the Faithful Team for the creation of the texture pack, and of the images used. You can visit the author’s original texture pack pages at the following links: