How To Play Multiplayer On Minecraft PE Bedrock

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You can play Minecraft alone or with a group of players. This makes the game even more enjoyable and enjoyable. There are many ways to setup a multiplayer game with each one having its pros and cons. The procedure is easy, although it can differ based on the platform or distance between players and their players.

Minecraft has two official versions, Java and Bedrock. The Bedrock version, previously called Pocket Edition, is supported on various platforms, including Android, iOS and Windows 10, Xbox One, PS4, PS4, and Nintendo Switch.

Before creating a multiplayer game, certain aspects must be kept in mind. Every player who wishes to connect must run the same version of Minecraft (Java, Bedrock). If these requirements are met, the users can set up an online game.

Minecraft gives players four ways to create a multiplayer game.

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1) Sending an invitation to a friend

Gamers can either send an invitation to their friends to join their world or join their friends' world. This is a simple procedure that requires users to open the game and enter the world in which they want to invite friends to. Once they have entered this world, they must send an invitation to their friend.

Xbox Live friends can be added directly to Minecraft. If it happens that the name of the friend's friend isn't shown, players can add them using their gamer tag.

2) the LAN setup

To play multiplayer games by this method, players must be connected to the same Wi-Fi network. Once done, they should begin playing before entering the world they wish to play in, they must go to its multiplayer settings and enable the option to be visible to LAN Players option.

The host is then able to launch the world and invite their friends to join the game by selecting the Play button, which will take them to the Play menu. From there, they can browse through the Friends section on the top of the page, and view the appropriate LAN game.

3) Joining an online server

To connect to an online server in Minecraft Bedrock, players should know the server's name, address/URL, and port number. Once they have these details, users need to open the game, choose Play and then go to Servers via the Play Menu and a variety of servers will already be there. Memes Rain

Gamers can join any of these servers, or if they want to join a different server, they need to scroll down until there is a button called Add Server. After filling in all the required information players can join the server that is most appealing to them.

They can browse MinecraftPocket-Servers or to find and join the server they feel best suits them.

4) Minecraft Realms

Minecraft Realm provides players with the best multiplayer experience. It has a lot of fantastic worlds to explore, and also lets them create and host their games.

Ten players can play on the server simultaneously, and the most incredible feature is that even when the host is offline, others can still enjoy the game.

Making Realms in Minecraft Bedrock Edition is quite easy. Players have access their Play menu and then, in Worlds right below the Create New button and the Realms option will be displayed. After the realm has been created, players can invite their friends to join them.

The players are able to join Realms if they are invited to it. After the invitation has been accepted, gamers need to just navigate through the Play menu and go to the Friends section. Here, they will be able to see the name of the Realm they have been invited to, and tap it to join.