Four big differences between Minecraft: Windows 10 Edition Beta and Java Minecraft

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What are the main differences between Minecraft: Windows 10 Edition Beta and classic Minecraft?

Minecraft: Windows 10 Edition Beta is essentially a port of the Pocket Edition, released for Windows phones way back in 2014. Don’t let the word “pocket” fool you — most of the same features found in the original Java version of Minecraft are here, and complete parity across all versions of Minecraft will apparently arrive one day.

A planned fall update to Minecraft: Windows 10 Edition Beta, known as the Boss Update, will bring slash commands, boss battles, new blocks, and ocean monuments to players. Despite the upcoming update, there are still four big differences between Minecraft: Windows 10 Edition Beta and the original Minecraft that started it all. Here’s where you’ll find differences.

Multiplayer

Java Minecraft has a fantastic community inhabiting thousands of servers. Most of these servers are either hosted locally or from third-party services, but there are realms run by Mojang. There are a ton of plugins and mods available for the servers; you could join a hundred servers and not experience the same game style.

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