I wish they would put this feature in. I'd like to cut down the file size, but every update I have to travel further out.
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Jul 5, 2019Posted in: Discussion
How do the pillager outposts work? We arrived at a town with a pillager outpost pretty much in the town and killed the pillager and completed the raids. But they have never come back. My understanding is that they will respan at the outpost but that is not happening.
Do you have to be nearby? Far away? How far away? Or something else?
Jul 2, 2019Posted in: Suggestions
I know you can delete sections on the computer, but I'd like a way to delete explored chunks on Xbox. I know I can transfer the world using Realms, but I don't want to buy yet another minecraft game on the computer in order to do this.
I'd like a way to delete chunks that have been explored so that next time you visit, they regenerate with the current versions biomes. I am on an old world ported from Xbox 360 and then to Xbox one and now the bedrock edition. It would be nice to regenerate some of the areas with new versions. I can explore out further but want to keep the file size down.
Jan 29, 2018Posted in: MCXONE: Discussion
It is a sandbox game. You can make it what you want. Build, explore mine, whatever. You can build fortresses, space stations, cities, Redstone machines, design your own or try to build replicas of real structures. Plan to attack the bosses.
When I look back at my first world, it was so basic and we did all we could just to survive mob attacks. Now the world is more complex with huge builds and places are designed to be relatively safe from mobs.
It definitely helps to have some friends to play, a with, whether online or local splitscreen.
Nov 3, 2017Posted in: Discussion
Have we forgotten what happened 3 years ago when the Xbox One edition came out and everyone "tried" to convert their 360 worlds? All the shear walls, etc.? This flap isn't half the flap that that "conversion fiasco" caused. You can "expect" conversions to "work properly" all you want, but the reality has always been disappointment and has never worked right.
True. I still have a few areas with the sheared landscape but I've worked with it. I could live with that, if this was all it was. But the conversion issues this time are much more extreme, from not being able to convert at all, to builds being destroyed or covered by terrain. A sheared edge of the world is annoying, but at least everything you built was there.
Nov 2, 2017Posted in: Discussion
no, I think the majority are just quietly playing it, whilst a minority are moaning about it. The op in this thread sounds like he needs a new xbox. Most of the other complaints people are ranting about seem to focus on changes to the game that they don't like, or minor issues which will obviously be addressed. Every version of Minecraft and every update has caused issues and complaints for some people.
Say what you will. I highly doubt everyone is experiencing these bugs just because they need a new xbox.
I decided to take a try at converting my world again today since it has been a few weeks. First try, stuck at 0% and then eventually gave a failed error. Second try was at 0% for over 4 hours. Third try, same thing, 0% for hours and the the xbox was frozen (couldn't do anything or get back to the home screen). Must be the xbox?? Every other game I play and update on the xbox works just fine, including games a lot more demanding than minecraft. Then comes the world conversion errors where it cuts off peoples worlds and puts terrain over their houses and builds. Guess that is the xbox as well??
Clearly these are bugs. Based on the sheer volume of bug reports for the same issue, this is hardly an isolated case. And luckily it seems the developers agree as they are continuing to work on it (or at least saying they are working on it). I just hope they can find a solution soon.
Nov 2, 2017Posted in: Discussion
You seem to be one of the lucky ones. But this forum and the bug reports show that many of us aren't having the same success. It seems for most this version is just unplayable on the xbox one for the moment. Hopefully soon we will get a stable fix.
Nov 1, 2017Posted in: Discussion
I agree. I can't figure out how this was ever able to be released in its current state. I've given up for awhile now. It can't be good for the console with all these crashes. For now I just keep playing the xbox version and check these boards to see if things are getting better before trying again.
Oct 28, 2017Posted in: Discussion
No, I didn't miss that part. My point is that a lot of the complaints slating bedrock also complain that it has less content, or doesn't work as well, or is a step backwards in some way, or is dumbed down, etc, etc, etc., therefore, stick to the console edition if its so much better. Yes, you're right, it won't get any more updates. Thats kinda tough, but you know what? There are lots of old games I love and they don't get updates anymore either. Minecraft is a rare game in that it has lasted so long. What you have now is the original console edition which is still very playable and the new bedrock edition. You have the choice.
ModPacker...Bedrock edition is the new Minecraft game
You still miss the point. I want to convert over and will, ONCE the bugs are fixed.
At the moment the console version is better than this new version. Why? Because it doesn't crash continuously, the UI is better, and I can still play my world. So at the moment, I wouldn't recommend converting over to anyone. The new version is not dumbed down, not sure where you got that from, but it is a definitely a step backwards. How anyone can think a game that crashes the xbox is not a step backwards from one that doesn't? Right now all the updates are about fixing bugs to just trying to bring it up to the previous versions. But maybe you are one of the lucky ones where everything is working fine for you on the xbox with this new version.
It is a choice. And for the moment I am sticking to the version that is actually playable. Once everything is fixed, then of course I will be forced to convert to the new version if I want any of the new content.
As for your other comment, sure minecraft is a great game and the old versions can still be fun. But what keeps it going is the new content.
Oct 27, 2017Posted in: Discussion
I guess you missed the part about console versions not being updated anymore so would not get any new content. The only way to get future content will be to convert to the bedrock edition.
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