Welcome to the official Immersion resource pack page! Here you can find pack downloads for all Minecraft versions 1.7 through 1.19, as well as the Lotr mod branch. Note that ALL of the listed Minecraft versions are currently in development, and any changes made to textures will be reflected in all branches of the pack. You can view screenshots through the Images tab at the top of the page. For more information regarding Immersion, or to engage with the community, check out the social links below:
Discord: The Quin Studios community hub, and semi-regular progress updates
YouTube: Texture time-lapses, tutorials, and the like
Twitter - @quin_studios: frequent texture posts
Instagram - @quin_studios: frequent texture posts
Patreon: In-depth update and development progress posts
If you like my work, please consider supporting me on Patreon. Pledging comes with numerous perks, including the ability to choose which textures I make next, get early access to unreleased textures, and even potentially request personalized textures that I wouldn't make otherwise.
Immersion is a resource pack that aims to enhance Minecraft's graphics, by expanding upon and interpreting the classic Minecraft textures in a higher resolution. Currently, this only includes 32x32 textures, and focuses primarily on blocks.
Ultimately, the pack's name is it's description. The pack tries to upscale the game's graphics, much like the popular pack, Faithful, but unlike Faithful, Immersion focuses on increasing the realism of the textures, providing a smoother and more lifelike aesthetic. Immersion also aims above and beyond, integrating features like OptiFine connected textures support, as well as PBR specular maps designed to take advantage of the potential that SEUS PTGI, Complementary, and other shaders offer. Immersion is also being developed for the Lord of the Rings Minecraft mod, in parallel with the vanilla versions.
Immersion is a massive project, with virtually limitless room for expansion. Currently, it is a 32x resource pack, and it covers mostly blocks. But this is only the beginning of the pack's journey. In time, it will expand further into items, mobs, gui, etc., and potentially even expand into higher resolutions. The long-term goal is to possibly eventually provide every resolution (up to 2k), and to take extreme care with each resolution to ensure quality.
How Often Does Immersion Update?
This answer can be versatile. Most textures take anywhere from 1 to 4 hours to make, and as I am currently trying to acquire many different skills (game development, modding, animating, music creation, video editing, etc.), my available time to work on Immersion is limited. Further, the time dedicated to development of the pack is spread somewhat thin, as I am not only developing the pack for vanilla Minecraft, but also for the Lord of the Rings mod, a mod which has a much larger asset pool than vanilla Minecraft.
So, what am I saying? What I'm trying to explain is that progress on the pack may be slow or irregular at times. It may occur in stops and starts, and will have highs and lows. That said, I am dedicated to the project, and will strive to push out at least one update per month. I aim to complete all blocks by the end of 2022.
How Can You Help?
The most immediate way that you can help me is simply sharing the pack, commenting, downloading it, etc. I am more than welcoming of suggestions for improvement, or any questions or comments you might have about the pack. You can also join my discord, where I am very active and can communicate in real-time with you.
If you want to support me more directly, you can pledge to my Patreon. Patrons receive several benefits as a token of my appreciation, some of which are mentioned towards the top of the page. You can read the tier descriptions on the Patreon page for more information.
Also, if you are interested in the Lotr mod branch of the resource pack, you can check out the page for that here: Immersion Lotr
You can download the Lord of the Rings Mod here: The Lord of the Rings Minecraft Mod
The netherrack causes me to experience trypophobia whenever i look at it. I looks really bad. This is my only complaint.
In reply to Berserkerben:
Thanks for the feedback. It is based off of the classic netherrack texture, so there is supposed to be a level of grossness to the texture. Though there is a possibility, if you're using optifine, that you have the wrong settings. Normally, the texture should look like this:
However, if you have the option "Alternate Blocks" (under Video Settings > Details) set to ON, then it rotates the block, and messes up the tiling:
I may look into fixing the texture to tile better with rotation, but if not, or if this wasn't your issue, I do plan to eventually make textures based off of the new Minecraft textures as well. Also, if you have any specific suggestions for improving the texture (without changing it from being based off of the vanilla one), please let me know. I'm always looking for helpful criticism.
so why is there only the one file? i tried using the tp with 1.12 but it for sure doesnt work.
In reply to Forge_User_29904608:
The other download links can be found on the planet minecraft page, under the "More Information and Downloads" link. The planet minecraft page is my original Immersion page, but I decided to also post the pack on a few other sites for the exposure. I didn't realize at the time how much traffic curseforge got, so I didn't bother uploading the others.
With my next release cycle, when the pack enters general beta, I will make sure to include all of the versions, as well as update and overhaul the description page.