I've recently taken a look at the Get Minecraft page and I've seen it feature a comparison table of the many editions of Minecraft. I read it and I noticed a few inaccuracies. Considering that's where players make the choice of buying one edition or the other, I believe thet being as honest as possible should be an imperative. So here's what I think is wrong, and how to fix it.
1) Remove Legacy Console Editions and Other Devices
They're no longer supported. They can no longer be bought. They only take space. Please, remove those sections
2) Correct inaccuracies in Java/Bedrock comparison
There is some misinformation going on in the comparison table. I'll list all of them:
- DLC: Only Bedrock Edition. The description only talks about Add-Ons (which do only exist on the main edition), while there actually is a variety of DLC for Minecraft: Resource Packs (Java and Bedrock), Data Packs (only Java), skins (Java and Bedrock), skin packs (only Bedrock) and custom maps (Java and Bedrock). For the sake of accuracy, each of these should have its dedicated row
- Mods: Both Editions. Mods only exist for Java Edition. This is because only the Java Edition has a launcher that can launch versions different from the current one, including older versions, beta versions (snapshots) and also modded versions. I thought you considered Add-Ons "mods", but they already had their own section. Considering that mods are often one of the most appealing features of Minecraft, this could be extremely misleading
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