The full name of this resource pack is actually Firewolf – The Forgotten Texture Pack. The fact the creator called it a texture pack and not a resource pack should tell you just how old this collection of textures really is. Not that being old is a bad thing though; updates have kept Firewolf relevant and it works just fine with newer versions of Minecraft too, including 1.8, 1.9, 1.10 and even 1.11. All versions of Firewolf resource pack come in a 128x resolution, so the textures are significantly better than those you would find in low resolution packs. Because of this, Firewolf is also more demanding on your computer.
Some players will not be able to use Firewolf effectively, and that is a shame since some of the graphics are quite nice. In other places though, Firewolf shows its age, especially in desert temples and other spots where sandstone and clay blocks are usually seen. These textures appear flat and bland, and they do not warrant the high resolution on this pack. Strangely, other simple textures like cobblestone are actually much better in Firewolf, with different shading aspects and elevations in the surface of the block, effects which combine to make the stone look realistic.
Then you get back to other textures, like crafting tables and chests. Pretty much anything made out of wood in Minecraft is going to look cartoony with Firewolf resource pack installed. Whether that’s a good thing or a bad thing depends totally on your own preferences, and users will either love or hate this resource pack because of the way it was designed. As for whether you will like it or dislike it, the only way to know for sure is to give the pack a try for yourself. If you like cartoony resource packs in Minecraft, that is enough reason to download Firewolf.
Firewolf Resource Pack for Minecraft 1.11.2
- Updated GUI for all supported containers (now smoother)
- Added creative mode GUI
- Added health, armour and hunger icons
- Updated item bar to make it look nicer
Firewolf Resource Pack for Minecraft 1.11
- Removed rain sounds. They sound good for headphones but horrible with earbuds.
- Added redstone lamp texture (on and off).
- Added 3D iron bars!
- Updated 2D texture for iron bars.
Installation Guide for Firewolf Resource Pack
This tutorial will show you how easy it is to download and install Firewolf Resource Pack for Minecraft 1.11/1.10.2/1.9.4. For resource packs that are higher resolution of 64×64 pixels, you will have to download and install Optifine HD Mod or MCPatcher HD Fix to render successful all HD textures. Also, this guide will work on all versions of Minecraft.
- Setup 1: Download the texture pack/resource pack from below link/s.
- Setup 2: Open Minecraft and go to Options -> Resource Packs -> “Open resource pack folder”.
- Setup 3: A window will open with the folder “resourcepacks” from .minecraft directory.
- Setup 4: Move the zip file that you just downloaded in resourcepacks folder.
- Setup 5: Now you should see the pack in “Available Resource Packs” list.
If the pack not on the list after you have copied, possible the zip file of the resource pack to be in the wrong format. If you have problems with installation does not hesitate to leave a comment below, we help you or our visitors will help you too.
Download Firewolf Resource Pack
The download links below are provided by the developer (Keitsu) of the Firewolf Resource Pack. We make sure there's no any viruses or malware in the links we provide below. If the links below do not work or require an update to the last version, write in comments and will fix soon. Also, do not forget to visit the official page for more information or various announcements made by the developer [CurseForge].