Minecraft’s Realms Plus plan has officially replaced the traditional Realms 10-player plan on the Bedrock Edition of the game. The new plan comes with the same limit of ten simultaneous players along with the owner, but adds access to more than fifty worlds, textures, skins packs, adventure maps, and mini games for everyone to enjoy.
Realms Plus was announced at Minecon Live in September, and offers those who haven’t tried it a free thirty-day trial to see if it’s worth it to them. Those who are currently subscribed to the 10-player plan are upgraded automatically for free for the same $7.99 price they were paying before.
Your realm, your rules. Invite your friends and discover over 50 worlds, textures and more with the all-new Realms Plus! pic.twitter.com/njmAP9Pj0t
— Minecraft Realms Plus (@realmsplusmc) December 3, 2019
Of course, to be able to take advantage of the new included content items, you’ll want to be on a version of Minecraft with the Marketplace—which is available on Windows 10, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, iOS and Android. Unfortunately, those on the Java Edition or PS4 version of the game will have to miss out.
In addition to launching with over fifty Marketplace items included, Mojang also promises new content will be added to Realms Plus every month. Will you subscribing? Feel free to let us know what you think.
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