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Minecraft Java Edition Will Soon Require...

Minecraft Java Edition Will Soon Require An Account With Microsoft Account

 After Mojang's acquisition of Microsoft, Minecraft Java Edition has been running as is. Bedrock Edition was created to integrate with Microsoft's account system, however, Java has been operating on its own Mojang account island up to the present. Java Edition will soon require a Microsoft account to play, but you'll at least get an exclusive cape for your problems. 
 You'll have to transfer your Java or Mojang account to the Microsoft account system in the early part of 2021. claims this is to introduce two-factor authentication for greater security, but it will also lead to improved parental controls including chat and invitation block, and account integration between Minecraft and Minecraft Dungeons. 
 In terms of Minecraft Mods and PvP, Mojang states that nothing will change. Java and Bedrock will remain entirely distinct games. While you can still use your Java username, you might require changing your account name if you sign up for an account with a Microsoft account. You can merge your Minecraft logins if you already have an existing Microsoft account. 
 To help ease the pain of the switch, Mojang is giving away the once Java Edition's most sought-after item: the cape. You'll receive a free cape for participating in the migrationprocess, and while it's not adorned with the exclusive patterns of the Minecon mantles but it will give everyone an opportunity to feel regal for a while. 
 Although nothing is likely to change, players have concerns. For instance, the more restrictive terms of service offered by Microsoft could lead to bans and could result in some players being shut out of Minecraft. 
 You can get further details in the official announcement and FAQ. We'll see how it shakes out in early 2021. 

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