level 1. PubliclyIndecent. · 1y. It’s definitely more people on Bedrock, but this is only because Bedrock is on PS4, Xbox One, PC and Switch. It isn’t really fair to compare them, considering Java is only on PC. Java’s playerbase tends to be more mature and knowledgeable about the the mechanics of the game.
There is a big difference between Minecraft Java vs Bedrock. Minecraft has 4 game modes by default: Survival, Adventure, Creative, and Spectator. However, Minecraft Java allows you to play in the 5 th mode – Hardcore. It is popular with lots of Streamers. The Hardcore mode endows you with only one life.
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Minecraft Java vs Bedrock Graphics. This means Bedrock players have a bigger player base to draw from. They can play with any other Bedrock player on any system while Java players can only play with other Java players on PC. However, Bedrock doesn't work on MacOS and Linux so if you are on these two OS, Java is your only choice. 2 - Java ...
2 Bedrock: Combat Is More Straight Forward. For hardcore fans of Minecraft, players will remember back when 1.9 came out how combat in the Java Edition changed forever. Players needed to get used to fighting monsters and other players with the addition of cooldowns between hits and Hotbar item switches.
In the Java version of the game, your character had a brief cooldown in between strikes and you had to focus a bit to make every strike count. So as a casual player your version of choice should be the Bedrock edition. Modding: Unfortunately, unlike the Java version you’re restricted and not allowed to install the majority of mods in your game. This can take a bit of fun out of the game as mods enhanced the overall outlook and experience of the game.
Bedrock is better for cross-platform play. The Bedrock Edition allows for cross-platform multiplayer on consoles, mobile devices, and Windows 10. The Java Edition is only for PC, and it will only ...
Fundamentally Notch was (I doubt he bothers much anymore) a Java programmer, and that is what Minecraft was born as – a piece of Java code. Since selling the title and entire dev studio Mojang to Microsoft for all that cash, a different version, which has come to be known as the Bedrock version, has come to the fore on Windows 10, but the Java version is still in development alongside it.