Top 5 Exclusive Features Available In Minecraft Java
Minecraft was originally created using the Java programming language. After its successful launch, the developers quickly released Bedrock Edition to support other devices like PlayStation, Xbox, iOS, Android, etc.
They tried to keep the two games as similar as possible. However, since the Bedrock edition is coded in C ++, the two editions cannot be the same. There are many differences between Minecraft Java Edition and Bedrock Edition.
This article takes a look at some important exclusive features available in the first one. New players who aren’t sure which edition to buy should definitely read this.
Disclaimer: This article reflects the views of the author.
Best exclusive features available in Minecraft Java
1) Spectator mode
Spectator Mode is an exclusive game mode only available in Minecraft Java Edition. Players can walk through blocks in spectator mode, fly, see the perspectives of crowds, and more.
Unfortunately, it is not available in the Bedrock edition. Users can use external mods, but they’re still pretty buggy.
2) Tons of orders
In Minecraft Java Edition, players can use many console commands that are not available in Bedrock. Many of these commands are useful for server administrators, such as / ban, / ban-ip, / banlist, / whitelist, / seed, etc.
Even regular players can use commands like / defeaultgamemode and / experience in their worlds.
3) Unconditional mode
World difficulty is set to hard in hardcore mode, and players only have one life. If they die in this mode, users will no longer be able to respawn.
Hardcore Mode is for experienced and veteran players who believe they can survive in the harshest environment of Minecraft.
2) Exclusive crowds
Minecraft Java Edition features three exclusive monsters that can only be summoned using commands.
- The killer rabbit
Giant is a huge zombie with no AI. Illusioner and The Killer Bunny both have AI and are hostile to players. The first is an illager-type mob with the ability to cast spells and attack with a bow.
The Killer Bunny looks like an ordinary white rabbit but is hostile to wolves, foxes, and users.
1) Thousands of mods, resource packs and more
Minecraft Java Edition has a huge modding community that has produced thousands of mods, plugins, resource packs, software, and more. While Bedrock also offers mods, Java is ahead.
Those who want to play mods or make customizations should choose Java Edition.
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