V86 Server for Minecraft on Bedrock

FAQ

Q: What is a dedicated Bedrock server?
A: Similar to what has been available for players of the Java Edition, dedicated Bedrock servers allow players on the Bedrock editions of Minecraft to set up their own servers at home on Windows and Linux computers, or host their server using a cloud-based service.
This is in its early development stages, so as with any early release software, it may have severe issues. Due to this we could decide to stop providing it at any time.

Q: Yeah, but what can I do with my V86 Bedrock server?
A: You can do anything Minecraft can do, you can use redstone, instruction blocks, various mobs. In subsequent app upgrades, you will be able to import Addons to support texture packs and behavior packs.

Q: Who can play on my v86 server?
A: Anyone playing on the Bedrock editions will be able to connect to the server, with the current exception of Nintendo Switch users. Also, players on Xbox One will only be able to connect through a LAN connection. If you’re not sure if the edition you’re playing on is Bedrock, please visit this help article.

One thought on “V86 Server for Minecraft on Bedrock”

  1. You guys should maybe add the features from the MineServer.io app to the new V86 Server app like…
    -Purchasing more Ram
    -Backup function with the purchase of diamonds
    -Server List of Mineserver’s Servers
    -More Addon Slots Purchase with diamonds
    -Addons like, texture/behaviour packs, plugins etc.
    *These are potential features you guys could add* – Eth1

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