Minecraft guide – learn how to host a realms server

Minecraft allows the player to host a server that can run 24 hours a day, seven days a week, even when the player is not online. This server will be completely under the player’s control and customization. Players typically join their friends’ sessions and build in that world, but all progress made there is lost as soon as the players leave the session.

Mojang recognises the importance of this issue for many players and has provided a solution. Players can now create their own Minecraft Realm, which acts as a server that runs 24 hours a day, seven days a week, even when the player is not online. From the in-game menu, players can create their own server.

To start a Realms server, players should go to the Worlds menu and select one of two options. The first method allows players to create a brand new Realms server and customise every setting, including difficulty, creative or survival mode, world type, and more. The second option is to convert an existing world into a Realm by selecting the edit option next to the world you want to convert.

Before creating a Realm, players will have the option of choosing between a 10 player realm or a 2 player realm. In a ten-player realm, no more than 11 players, including the host, can join at once. In a two-player realm, no more than three players, including the host, can join at once.

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One thing to keep in mind is that the server is not free; the player can either sign up for a free trial or pay the monthly subscription fee of $7.99 per month. The player’s server will continue to run uninterrupted as long as the subscription is active. When the player selects the type of Realm they want to create, they will be given this payment option.

Players in the Minecraft Bedrock edition will need to purchase a subscription called Realms plus, which will also include additional packs. The Realm will have to be purchased directly from the Minecraft website in the Java edition. Players from the Bedrock and Java editions are unable to play in the same Realm.

More About Realms In Minecraft

 What are Realms? 

Realms are private Minecraft multiplayer servers that are only for you and your friends. Even when you log off, your Minecraft world remains online and accessible. Only people you invite are allowed to enter your world, and you have complete control over what you do there: create, survive, or compete!

What’s the difference between the two Realms servers?

To optimise game performance on different platforms, there are two separate versions of Minecraft. Minecraft: Java Edition (for PC, Mac, and Linux) runs on one type of code, while Minecraft (for mobile, console, and Windows 10 and above) runs on another. These two versions are incompatible with one another and were created independently with distinct features. Minecraft: Java Edition players are unable to play on consoles, mobile devices, or Windows 10 (and above) Realms, and vice versa.
I’m using Windows 10 to play (or above). What version do I require?
You’ll need to match your subscription purchase to the game version you’re playing. If you purchased Minecraft from the Windows Store, you’ll also need to purchase Realms Plus for Minecraft. Realms for Minecraft: Java Edition is required if you purchased Minecraft: Java Edition through the Minecraft.net website.

Is it possible for me to play on a Realm with other players who use different devices?

Yes. Players can now gather in most versions of Minecraft, regardless of which device they’re using. Everyone can play together on Android, Amazon Fire tablets, Gear VR, iPhone, iPad, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation®4, PlayStation®5, Windows 10 (and above), Windows Phone, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X|S. Minecraft: Java Edition allows players to only play with one another.

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Is Realms for Minecraft: Java Edition compatible with older Minecraft versions or the most recent Snapshots?

To use Realms, you must have the most recent version of Minecraft installed. Releases from snapshots are not supported.

Is there anything unique about a Realm’s owner?

Owners of any version of the realm can invite whom they want and switch between game modes. Owners of Realms on mobile devices, consoles, and Windows 10 (and later) can also: generate invite links for new members, download a backup of the Realm, and promote other members to operators, allowing them to use slash commands in game.

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