When thinking about the Fallout game series the word “paradise” probably doesn’t come to mind for too many people. The games feature a wasteland of a world torn asunder by nuclear warfare and made nearly uninhabitable by radiation and mutated animals and people. The Fallout Paradise resource pack features a lot of dark, dirty, gritty textures that represent the post-apocalyptic world portrayed in the games pretty well. Many blocks are designed to make common structures look like shacks put together piecemeal from bits of scrap found lying around. If you’re looking for something pretty, this isn’t it.
With Fallout 4 announced and slated to release in the next few months, it’s no wonder that people are getting hyped about the Fallout franchise again. Fallout Paradise is more than a little fan service though. It’s a fully functional resource pack with a lot of work put into it already and much more coming. It does allow Minecraft players to get a Fallout look and feel in their worlds, but there are many other Fallout-themed packs which do this as well. If you’ve seen several already, this one is nothing too special.
How to install Fallout Paradise Resource Pack?
- Download Fallout Paradise Resource Pack.
- Start Minecraft then click “Options” in the start menu.
- Click “resource packs” in the options menu.
- In the resource packs menu, click “Open resource pack folder”.
- Put the .zip file you downloaded in the resource pack folder.