Xleilux Pack The XES 2.0 resource pack for Minecraft 1.14.4 is a package that enhances the original and vanilla look of Minecraft and takes it to a new level. This package was made by FriendTroll.

A great and amazing texture package that greatly enhances the look of the original Minecraft game

As soon as you install and apply this package you will notice a nice and sleek GUI. A package that promises a lot. In our opinion this package still follows the original Minecraft look and remains faithful to its original appearance. by the words of the author, he claims that this package even offers higher and better FPS. Either way, the package is really impressive and beautifully sleek and smooth.

The package enhances and beautifies original textures, also enhances productivity and made creating and building in Minecraft in some cases easier and more fun. Then, in the overall impression, it raises the atmosphere of the world you are creating on higher grounds.

Screenshots of Xleilux Pack XES 2.0 resource pack

How to install this resource pack

1. Locate and open the Minecraft application folder.
Windows OS start Run from start menu and type %appdata% and then click on Run.
OSX (MAC) open Finder, hold down Alt and click Go, then click on the Library in the top menu bar. Now open folder Applicaion Support and look for Minecraft.
Linux (most distributions), Minecraft folder is located on /home/yourusername/.minecraft ( dot (.) folder is hidden directory on Linux, so press Ctrl+H to unhide folder)
2. Copy the Resource pack file which you just have downloaded (.zip file) into the resourcepacks folder, inside of minecraft folder. If you don’t have this folder, create this folder by yourself.
3. Start Minecraft, start the game and in Game settings click on Resource Pack, and move this pack from the left to the right side of the screen.

Download Xleilux Pack XES 2.0 resource pack

For Minecraft 1.14.4 >> DOWNLOAD

Creator/Owner: FriendTroll | Official link

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