Microsoft, the company that owns Minecraft since 2014, has announced the migration for October 2020. This change has been delayed, despite the initial plan to make Microsoft Accounts compulsory by 2021. The Java version is one of the main Minecraft versions.
Gamers can choose to use either a Mojang Account, or a Microsoft Account to play the Java edition. Mojang was the original Minecraft creator and continued to work on Minecraft following the acquisition.
Minecraft won’t work if you don’t have a Microsoft Account. Microsoft ClaimAlready millions have transferred their Minecraft Java accounts to a Microsoft Account. Microsoft claims that their account system is more secure than the Mojang system. It also includes two-factor authentication. Gamers also gain from this move.
Parents can also have greater control over their children’s playing activities if they manage their Microsoft Accounts.
According to Microsoft all data is transferred, but all content and features remain. Gamers get a special cave for free after their account is moved. The entire process should take less than 30 minutes. ” a couple of minutes”According to Microsoft, a lot of it comes down to whether or not a Microsoft Account has been created from scratch.
Multi-user Mojang and legacy accounts for Minecraft require you to create a Microsoft Account. Each account can be signed in to.
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Microsoft is the first company to reap the benefits of the move. Microsoft can stop supporting Mojang accounts, and doesn’t have to maintain them once the migration is completed. Gamers who decide not to migrate to Microsoft Accounts for any reason won’t have access to the official Minecraft version. This is because Microsoft Accounts are required by March 10, 2022.
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Users of Minecraft who want to play the Java version must create a Microsoft Account by March 2022 in order to gain access to the game.
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