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Simpler Multiplayer (Java edition)

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    Bilbo Baggins commented
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    I made a few customized servers myself on Java edition.  It was hard, but it is possible to eliminate all errors from a server that are the fault of the server.

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    Blast Burner commented
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    I agree. Why should we pay on Java but not on console or Bedrock?

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    Xavier Hervy commented
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    I personally don't have any problem with running a server.

    @Blast Burner

    First of all you do NOT have to pay anything to host a Minecraft server (but you might have to pay for the server).

    Second of all, you do have to pay on Xbox/ps4 a monthly subscription to play online (AFAIK)

     

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    Blast Burner commented
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    @Xavier Hervy You just said that you do NOT have to pay anything to host a Minecraft server but you just then said but you might have to pay for the server.

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    Xavier Hervy commented
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    @Blast Burner  Sorry, I was not clear enough.

    I host a local server for Minecraft for my kids. This is on my computer, in my home, with a port forwarding so that his cousin can play with them. In that case I don't have to pay anything.

    But if you do not want to host yourself, then you have the possibility to rent a server if you wish to.

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    Blast Burner commented
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    @Xavier Hervy Thank you for being more clear Xavier. I was confused at first but now I understand more. I hope that you and your family have a great time on Minecraft. :D

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    E753980Volts commented
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    Hosting a Java Edition multiplayer server is not as easy as it should be and this needs to change. Bedrock Edition is far superior for being able to play with your friends online as it handles the technical stuff automatically. Hosting a Java Edition server requires more knowledge and maintenance. Even if you port forward and get the server running successfully, you will need to reconfigure your server if your IP address changes. Non-technical people do not know how safe port forwarding is or how to keep the network secure while port forwarding. Playing Java Edition with your friends should only require a few clicks regardless of whether you are using Minecraft Realms or not.

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    wow, this is a really great idea that i have always wanted to happen

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    Can't we get a daily gift each day we play mincraft?

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    ZIKRI IDRIS commented
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    How to get java edition