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<p><br/> Way back in 2020 the developers made an announcement about major changes to Minecraft: Java Edition, as players would soon be required to switch from the Mojang account to a Microsoft account in order to continue playing. <a href="https://coderwall.com/p/62scfa/you-can-now-use-the-infinity-gauntlet-in-minecraft">dhaka's blog</a> That's 'soon' in a relative sense, considering that we're not yet at the deadline but the developers have just confirmed the date and put out the final announcement for account migration.<br/></p><br/><p><br/> You won't be able to play Minecraft: Java Edition if you have an account with Mojang account. <a href="http://maplepolice6.jigsy.com/entries/general/New-Minecraft-Launcher-Not-Working-Fix-2022--Game-Fails-To-Load-Error">Minecraft blog</a> The developers are encouraging everyone to switch to Microsoft accounts to "improved security and player security" They're also entice players to switch with the promise of free Minecraft capes.<br/></p><br/><p><br/> You can find all the information on how to transfer your account here. Java Edition will continue to be supported as usual after the change, and will continue to be a distinct entity from Bedrock. This is a simple unification of the account systems. You'll be able to use your old username but you'll need to have an Xbox gamertag to match it.<br/> <a href="https://prunercut5.bravejournal.net/post/2022/06/23/How-To-Download-Minecraft-Mod-Minecraft-Mod-For-A-Mac">Minecraft</a> </p>

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