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We don't hate C++ - we dislike Bedrock. Why Java should merge into Bedrock.

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    Agreed! IMO the flagship/main Minecraft game being coded twice by two different teams just to make two versions of the same game doesn't make much sense, from a logistics point-of-view. IDK what the devs stance to this is, but I hope they strive towards full parity and merge java into bedrock. It just makes sense.

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    Bedrock is also a microtransaction scheme.

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    I'm a Bedrock player, but I just got Java too. I actually personally prefer Bedrock.

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    Javas modded minecraft packs are decades ahead of Java one they free two mods can add so much I enjoy the expanded plants mods adding massive amounts of fruit trees vegetables berries etc and more means of farming I also like technology good old voltz with its tactical missiles and nuclear missiles with pin point accuracy using coordinates like mods are so much better than the bedrock stuff you can buy

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    Minecraft was originally only on PC and ran on java. Later on when they decided to add to more platforms they realized that phones and consoles can't run the java language. So they made a different version to opt for that called bedrock that uses c++. This also gives more performance but is hard to do parity with things like redstone.