Here’s how to join the latest Minecraft beta – Follow these steps

by Mohit

Minecraft has released its latest beta version of Bedrock – cooler, taller majestic. This update brings mountains that are now exactly 271% more majestic, but also 184% more dangerous. Not only can you fall from greater heights, but you still have to watch out for powder snow and goats.

Additionally, the latest beta update also has its own sub-biomes, including lofty peaks, snow-capped peaks, snowy slopes, mountain groves, and mountain meadows. Including, a fabulous mob is making a special appearance, the glowing squid, not in the mountains, though.

Minecraft beta a pleasant way to get early access to new features that developers haven’t yet released, but it also helps us test and improves them. If you’re interested in joining the beta (available in Windows 10, Xbox One, and Android versions) then check out the guide to learn how.

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How to join and leave a Minecraft Beta

  • Xbox One and Windows 10 players can opt-in and out of the beta from the Xbox Insider Hub app.  For Windows 10 players, the developer has a video that shows this process.
  • Android players can opt-in and out from the Minecraft page of the Google Play Store.
  • Please bear in mind that un-enrolling from the Minecraft Beta can sometimes take up to 24 hours

Detailed Xbox Opt-Out Steps

  • Open the Xbox Insider Hub app and unenroll from the beta.
  • Uninstall Minecraft.
  • Hard reset the Xbox console by holding down the power button until the console turns off, wait 10 seconds, then turn the console back on.
  • Reinstall Minecraft from the Ready to Install section of Games & Apps.

Detailed Windows 10 Opt-Out Steps

  • Be sure to backup your worlds first!
  • Open the Xbox Insider Hub app and unenroll from the beta.
  • Uninstall Minecraft.
  • Reinstall Minecraft from the Microsoft Store app.

Multiple Users on One Device

Please be aware that if you have multiple users and/or Xbox Live accounts signed in to your Windows 10 device, you will need to make sure that each user has:

  • Backed up any world saves
  • Signed in to their respective Windows and Xbox Live accounts
  • Unenrolled from the beta
  • Uninstalled the beta version of the game

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