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Minecraft - multiple consoles = multiple cost

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    Unfortunately no. This is how Microsoft makes money off the game. It’s also good to keep in mind that Minecraft costs $20 on every platform (apart from mobile which is $7), and a lot of new games that come out cost $60 with that price probably going up to $70 once the new consoles come out later this year.
    (All prices listed in USD)

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    A simple solution is simply just buy it on 1 console. There is a split screen function on Minecraft, and up to 4 players on minecraft dungeons sharing the same screen. If your kids would like their own individual accounts so that they won't intrude each other's worlds or profile on servers, you can easily make them their own Microsoft account each and simply log out when they're finished playing so that the other child can log in. Buying the game on multiple consoles for 2 kids is really unnecessary.