As almost every Realm owner knows, not everybody is a clean player. Especially if you're trying to invite people via the Looking For Group feature on the Xbox. (or the realm could spread via chats, social media, etc.) This is why I would like to see Mojang implement an anti-cheat system that prevents common hacks such as give, illegal commands, enchant, 32ks, nuker, etc. If that doesn't work out, I would like to see a platform restriction option. This way people can restrict which platforms can join (Xbox, mobile, PC, Nintendo Switch, Playstation). But of course, it comes with its downsides. People could abuse the feature by not allowing PC or Mobile players in the realm at all, all in the fear, the illusion of their realm being invaded by hackers. Sure, you could use 3rd-party add-ons such as UAC, but they are very limited as to what they can do. Also, $8 (for a 10 player realm, plus tax) sounds like a rip-off if this problem is common in Realms. So this concludes my reasoning as to why I believe Mojang should at least, look into the problem of hackers.
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