Minecraft will soon require a Microsoft account

All Mojang games will, in fact, be

You will be blocked from playing Minecraft if you do not add security to your account. The owner of Minecraft has demanded that a Microsoft account is required for all games from Mojang.

The reason for the change is mainly focused on security and safety. This will enable two-factor authentication, introduce enhanced parental controls, and enable chat and invite blocking. Another advantage is that all Minecraft PC games will be connected to the same access.

This affects all editions of Minecraft, from the original Java edition to the most recent version. Microsoft assures everyone, however, that nothing else will change. Microsoft says, “You will also keep your Minecraft Java username, and new players will still be able to choose their Minecraft username. » Once you complete the free account migration, you will receive a cape for your issue; the cape can be seen in the gallery below.

Everything is going very fast. Anyone with a Java or Mojang account will need to make the switch early next year. New players will need to create Microsoft accounts rather than Mojang accounts starting this fall.

Java Edition is moving [Minecraft]

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