How to play Skyblock in Minecraft Bedrock Edition

3.0.1

4.7/5 Votes: 26,600
Version
3.0.1
Updated
2 days ago
Requirements
Android 4.4
Size
17MB
Get it on
Google Play

Report this app

Description

There are a lot of Minecraft Skyblock servers available, but most of them are only compatible with Minecraft Java Edition. It is often difficult to get them to work when playing Bedrock.

However, Minecraft Skyblock can be enjoyed in a variety of ways, including on Skyblock servers. Players of Minecraft Bedrock can get started playing Skyblock in a few different ways.

Playing Skyblock on the Bedrock Edition of Minecraft via special maps

Since almost all Minecraft Skyblock servers only support the Java Edition, many of the best servers cannot be used.

Therefore, players have the option to install skyblock-themed maps, so they can play Skyblock locally. You can do this by following these steps:

Step 1: It is necessary to download the map first. The link below leads to a Bedrock Edition compatible Minecraft Skyblock map.

Step 2:    A player can now install this map on their local game once it has been downloaded. Here is a helpful video guide for those having trouble installing Minecraft maps on Bedrock edition.

Step 3: Upon installation, Skyblock can be played in single player mode by simply selecting the map. Here is an example of how to setup a Minecraft Realms instance for playing with friends.

Other ways to play Skyblock in Minecraft Bedrock Edition

You may be able to connect to an external Bedrock Edition server through a third-party device depending on its specific settings.

It is relatively easy to do on Windows 10 and Pocket Edition, but on most other versions, including Nintendo Switch, Xbox, PlayStation, and pretty much everything else, it can be a bit challenging.

The steps are as follows, if you would like to try it:

Step 1: Choosing a good Skyblock server is the first step, and NetherGames is a good choice. Play.nethergames.org is the IP address for this server.

Step 2: It is necessary to connect to the server once it has been chosen. Depending on the platform, this is the tricky part. There is, however, a good video tutorial available below.

Comments closed.