Crossplay in minecraft is a useful feature which enables you to play games with your friends despite of the platform they are in. Cross-Platform Play aka crossplay can be turned on or off from settings. In this article, I will give you necessary information about crossplay.
Minecraft Crossplay : Key Requirements
Supported Crossplay Platforms: Nintendo Switch, PlayStation®, Windows, and Xbox.
Minecraft Version: Your Minecraft version should be 126.96.36.199 or later to play Minecraft Cross-Platform.
Microsoft Account: Nintendo Switch or PlayStation accounts must be linked to a Microsoft account.
Minecraft Cross-Platform Play
Time needed: 3 minutes.
- Login With a Microsoft Account
You must be logged in with a Microsoft Account to play cross-platform with friends. To log in with your Microsoft account, Launch the game and click on Sign In with a Microsoft account. On another device, visit microsoft.com/link and enter the code shown in your Minecraft to complete signing in with a Microsoft Account.
- Enjoy Crossplay with friends
Click on Play and look for the option Joinable Cross-Platform Friends. Here you can choose from available friends for crossplaying minecraft. Your group can have a maximum of 8 people.
- Invite/Join and limit friends
You can either invite your cross platform friends to your session as a host, or you can join their session as a guest. If you are hosting your session, you can limit what your friends can do. Such as, you can allow them to build or they can just explore your world.
Note: If you are a PlayStation user, you can enable or disable Minecraft crossplay from settings. Navigate to Game Settings > Configure Online Play to enable or disable it on PlayStation. If you are using other platforms, then it’s always turned on.
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