How to set up and manage a Realm in Minecraft: Windows 10 Edition Beta

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How do I play multiplayer in Minecraft: Windows 10 Edition Beta?

Multiplayer in Minecraft: Windows 10 Edition Beta works a bit different than the old Java version of Minecraft. If you can’t get together for a LAN party, at least one of your friends must purchase a Realm subscription — there is a one month free trial to test things out — and, depending on what subscription they choose, can invite up to ten friends from Xbox Live.

Realms are hosted by Mojang and are therefore quite a bit more secure than the third-party hosted sites you regularly find on Java Minecraft. The downside is you have to know at least one person paying for a Realm to play multiplayer. Want that one person with a Realm to be you? Here’s how to set up and manage your own Realm in Minecraft: Windows 10 Edition Beta.

How to create a Minecraft: Windows 10 Edition Beta Realm

  1. Launch Minecraft: Windows 10 Edition Beta from your Start menu or desktop.
  2. Click Play.

Source: Windows

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