Default Dark Mode for Minecraft 1.19.3, 1.19.2, 1.19.1 and 1.19

Default Dark Mode for Minecraft 1.19.3, 1.19.2, 1.19.1 and 1.19, incorporates a dark mode (also called night), and therefore, all menus and sections will be dark. In fact, it is one of the most downloaded texture packs.

That is, it will not modify textures as such, but inventories, settings sections and even the initial screen of the game will be transformed, with a much more muted color. The dark/night mode is here to stay!

Default Dark Mode is not intended to improve the appearance of the game, since it will really only modify the color of Minecraft’s sections and menus. Moreover, these changes have been requested by the community for years, and even more recently, that the number of dark mode lovers has increased.

Despite the fact that Minecraft’s sections are not excessively clear, some players confess that they are not the most beneficial to their vision, and improving the experience has been the creator’s goal. Of course, this texture pack will be fully compatible with the vast majority of mods and even on servers.

Some images of Default Dark Mode

More information about Default Dark Mode features

Default Dark Mode incorporates the famous dark mode to Minecraft, specifically, to the default settings sections (inventories) and menus. In any case, it is usually compatible with the vast majority of mods.

  • Since its inception, Minecraft has been criticized for being apparently “behind” with respect to the games of its generation, either for textures or for its contents, anyway, there is something that it obviously lacks and that does not cost too much to add, night mode (or dark mode),this can now be activated.

Creator of Default Dark Mode: nebuIr.

How to download and install Default Dark Mode?

  1. Download OptiFine for the desired version (recommended).
  2. Download Default Dark Mode for the same version.
  3. Install OptiFine and open Minecraft with the previously downloaded version of OptiFine.
  4. Close Minecraft and open the search bar.
  5. Type %appdata% and open the folder named “.minecraft”.
  6. Inside it, create the “shaderpacks” folder.
  7. Insert Default Dark Mode in the folder created above.
  8. Run the Minecraft launcher and select the version of OptiFine installed.
  9. Go to “options”, inside to “resource packs” and select “Default Dark Mode”.
  10. It is now possible to play with the desired textures!

Default Dark Mode download links!