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Minecraft Bedrock Edition How To Turn On Vanilla Experiments

Looking to get your hands on some features early in Minecraft Bedrock Edition? This guide will help you enable the Vanilla Experiments.

Minecraft Bedrock edition has a feature exclusive to it that is known as Experimental Gameplay. This allows players to experience features that are still in development earlier than the official release date. It is a double-edged sword because while you get to play new features they might break and show unexpected behavior. So if getting early access to upcoming content sounds interesting to you read along to learn how to enable and turn on Vanilla Experiments in Minecraft Bedrock Edition.

How to Enable Vanilla experiments in Minecraft Bedrock edition

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how to turn on vanilla experiments in minecraft bedrock edition

There are two ways you can enable vanilla experiments. The first way is when creating a world. And the other way is by editing an existing world. Let us check how to enable it in both.

  • Creating a World:
    1. When you create a new world. Scroll down to the Experiments section in the Game Settings.
    2. In this section, you will find an option known as Vanilla Experiments. Toggle this option on.
    3. Here you will get a popup warning you that your world might crash, break, or not work with future updates. If you are okay with this then click on Activate Experiments.
  • Editing a World:
    1. If you have already created a world then you can edit its settings by clicking on the pencil icon on the right.
    2. Similar to the above steps, scroll to the Game Settings and find the Experiments section.
    3. When you get the warning popup select Activate Experiments.
    4. Since this is an existing world, it will start to create a copy of the world to add the experimental feature. You can find the new world with this feature under the name “Copy of” followed by your world’s name in which you enabled experiments. For example, if your world was “The World”, then the copy will be named as “Copy of The World”.
    5. You can see it worked if under the world there is “Experimental” written beside the game mode.
    6. Remember you cannot change your experimental world to a non-experimental one.
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That covers everything you need to know about how to enable and turn on Vanilla Experiments in Minecraft Bedrock Edition. If you like playing this game the check our other guides on how to make a private server and the best diamond levels for Minecraft 1.18.