Are you tired of the version of Minecraft you use being kicked aside by people who think their version is better? I think Mojang could help with that by taking some time to add a Parity Update to merge Java (PC) and Bedrock (Console, mobile, and Windows) editions of Minecraft together, and also look at a lot of the posts in the Parity section of this website. It sounds impossible because Bedrock and Java are coded in different languages, but we have modern technology, and it is possible to make a translator between the two coding languages. Because of that, it would be possible for complete parity sometime. Please upvote this post if you want this update. Here are some ideas for this update, and if you see this post and want to add to it, leave a comment.
-Small parity issues fixed, most of them are in the parity section of this website
-Multiplayer between versions with code translator
-Both versions updated with new UI planned for bedrock
-Optional "Advanced Redstone" (Quasi connectivity and one tick pistons) in Bedrock world settings
-Optional "Advanced Combat" (1.9) available in each player's settings
-Possible reduced lag and/or RTX for Java edition
-Friend system on Java
-New achievement system on both versions, with Player Achievements (Achievements specific to a player) and World Achievements (Achievements that are specific to a world)
-Bedrock Betas coming out as often as Java Snapshots
-A translator translating Java mods to C++ so that Bedrock players can use Java mods
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