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This page describes an edition of the game that has been officially discontinued. 

This edition is no longer updated or available for download and has been replaced with Bedrock Edition.

This article is about Bedrock Edition that runs on Windows 10. For the original PC edition of the game, see Java Edition.

Minecraft: Windows 10 Edition was the former title of Bedrock Edition for the universal Windows 10 platform developed by Mojang Studios and Xbox Game Studios.[5][6] It runs on Windows 10 PCs and tablets, as well as the HoloLens.[1][7] Despite being a UWP app, it is not available for Windows 10 Mobile or Xbox One, so it is separate from the cheaper releases of Bedrock Edition on Windows 10 Mobile and Xbox One (this means that XBL achievements are not shared between these platforms and buying the game on one of these platforms does not get players the game on the others).

It was announced on July 4, 2015, and a beta version was released on July 29, 2015 for £7.69, US$9.99, or €9.89 on the Microsoft Store. People who have purchased Java Edition prior to October 19, 2018 got Windows 10 Edition for free.[9]Windows 10 Edition left beta with the 1.0 release on December 19, 2016 and now costs $26.95 on the Microsoft Store.


Prior to its official announcement on the Mojang blog, various promotional videos of Minecraft running universally on the HoloLens were shown by Microsoft.[10] An edition of Minecraft running on Windows 10 was later demoed publicly at the Electronic Entertainment Expo 2015 convention, where Lydia Winters on a Surface Pro and a Microsoft employee on the HoloLens were both playing and interacting with the game.[11]

At MINECON 2015, some additional insight was given into the development of Windows 10 Edition. It was explained that due to being a universal app, it was not possible to run Java Edition as Microsoft does not support universal apps in Java.[1]


Main article: Bedrock Edition Gameplay

In addition to features existing in Bedrock Edition, the Windows 10 Edition also has the ability to play with up to seven players using Xbox Live and also others using Bedrock Edition through Realms Plus or local multiplayer with an update that was released shortly after the initial beta version.

Some other additional exclusive features include multiple control schemes, a player feedback feature, and the ability to record and share gameplay with Windows 10's built in Game DVR.[5]

Interestingly, the Far Lands do not generate at all on Windows 10 Edition, although they do on the regular Pocket Edition.

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Microsoft HoloLens[]

Jens Bergensten initially tweeted after Microsoft's Windows 10 event on January 21, 2015 that a holographic edition of Minecraft was being developed. It was stated that two Minecraft projects were being made, one being "a toy" and the other being "closer to the game."

A HoloLens and a Surface Pro 3 could be seen at Microsoft's segment at the E3 2015 convention, wherein both devices demoed were running the Windows 10 Edition of Minecraft and were seamlessly playing together.[11]

Two different playable modes were shown, one being a "wall" mode where a player can use an Xbox controller to interact and play with a conventional Minecraft world that was being projected holographically onto a wall. It is possible to resize the projection and also to fix the projection into place which allows for peering through from the left or right to get a different perspective similar to that of a window without the need of a controller.[14] The other was a "reality" mode in which players are able to project a world in 3D atop of real-world objects such as a table without the need for a controller.

In reality mode, players are able to use voice commands and hand gestures among other features of the headset to interact with the world. It is possible to target specific areas of the map with voice commands by glimpsing towards them, for example looking directly at an object and using a command such as "lightning strike" would summon a lightning bolt relative to that area. Another example is the ability to "markup" an area by looking at an object which creates a vertical beam of light similar to Beacons. Voice commands can also be used to change the view of the world and allows for following a player with modes such as "close up" or "overview" to change how close the camera is to the player. Hand gestures such as pinching can be used to zoom into a particular area, pan around the world and also to move the world vertically.

Oculus Rift[]

The Windows 10 Edition can run on the Oculus Rift, via a free download from the Oculus Store .

On September 24, 2015 it was announced that Minecraft would be coming to the Oculus Rift,[15] and would be available in the spring of 2016.[16] Oculus Rift support was launched on August 15, 2016.


  • The logo for Minecraft: Windows 10 Edition Beta.

  • The logo for Minecraft: Windows 10 Edition.


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  2. ↑Minecraft: Windows 10 Edition Beta ESRB Rating
  3. ↑Minecraft: Windows 10 Edition Beta PEGI Rating
  4. ↑Minecraft: Windows 10 Edition Beta DEJUS Rating
  5. abAnnouncing: Minecraft: Windows 10 Edition Beta -; July 4, 2015
  6. ↑The next generation of Windows: Windows 10 - Windows (Blogging Windows); January 21, 2015
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  8. ↑"Heads up, miners and crafters! As of Friday, October 19 at 11 AM CET, Minecraft: Java Edition will no longer include a copy of Minecraft for Windows 10. But don't fret – if you have a code, you can still redeem it after Friday!" – @Minecraft on Twitter, October 17, 2018
  9. ↑Microsoft HoloLens - Transform your world with holograms - Microsoft on YouTube; January 21, 2015
  10. ab"Microsoft Press Conference - E3 2015" – GameSpot on YouTube, June 15, 2015
  11. ↑I played 'Minecraft' with Microsoft's HoloLens - Engadget; July 8, 2015
  12. ↑"We're thrilled to announce Minecraft for the #Rift! Tune in to the #OC2 keynotes:" – @oculus on Twitter, September 24, 2016
  13. ↑Minecraft: Windows 10 Edition is Coming to Oculus Rift - Xbox Wire; September 24, 2015

Minecraft for Windows 10 Setup for MakeCode

Follow these easy steps for Minecraft on Windows 10!

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Step 1: Install Minecraft

Buy and install Minecraft for Windows 10 from the Windows Store.

Step 2: Install Code Connection

Once you have the game installed, you’ll need to download and install the Code Connection app. You get this from same download location as Minecraft: Education Edition.

The Code Connection app is downloaded as a Windows installation package. Find the CodeConnection.msi file and double-click on it to start the installation.

Step 3: Create a Minecraft world

You’ll need a fresh world with cheats enabled.

1. Start

Start Minecraft

2. Create a world

Press the Play button. Push the Create New button in the Worlds dialog. The Create… window will have some default templates you could choose from but make your own world with the Create New World button.

3. Turn on cheats

You’ll see some settings for your new world. Leave everything as you see it except for Cheats. You need to turn Activate Cheats to the ON position to enable all of the coding features for MakeCode.

4. The world begins

Press Create and you can start playing in your new world.

Step 4: Start Code Connection

Start the Code Connection app (you’ll find the icon on your desktop). Right away you’ll see a window asking you to make a connection to Minecraft by entering a slash command on the chat line. The command tells Minecraft to connect with a certain address. You can just press the copy button and the command will copy to the clipboard.

Now, go to your Minecraft game with the world just created. Hit the “T” key to open the chat bar. Paste in the slash command you just copied from Code Connection by pressing Ctrl+V and press “enter” or hit the arrow button.

Code Connection will popup another window with a number of editors to choose from. Hit “esc” to leave the game momentarily. Go over to the Code Connection window and press the MakeCode button, of course. The MakeCode editor will load. Select “New Project” in the “My Projects” gallery to start a fresh project. If you want to try a tutorial or another example instead, pick one of those from the galleries.

Step 5: Gameplay with your code

To run your code in Minecraft, go back to the game after working with your coding project. Press Resume Game. Depending on what your code is meant to do, your code might run as a chat command or maybe start when some condition in the game changes. Try one of the tutorials and follow the steps.

Minecraft has keyboard controls that help you move around and do tasks. Here’s a helpful key card that shows what they are:

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