Server List - Minecraft Wiki
The multiplayer server checklist in Minecraft: Java Edition.
The featured servers list in Minecraft: Bedrock Version.
Minecraft consists of an in-recreation server record for multiplayer wherein users can save
the servers they visit.
In Java Version, there is no pre-populated server record directly obtainable from in-recreation
itself or on the official Minecraft web site, but the stand-alone Java Edition launcher does
assist including servers in the Multiplayer part. It allows gamers to see if a server is online,
how many slots it has, and the way good the participant's connection (ping time) to the server
is. Hovering over the connection standing icon in Minecraft's server record tells the
participant the connection velocity to the server.
When first loading up the multiplayer checklist, the participant receives a warning concerning
on-line play not being rated. If the participant wishes not to see this again, there's a 'Do not
present this screen again' checkbox.
In Bedrock Edition, the server list has a piece for featured servers which have partnered with
Mojang Studios. In the console versions, these are the only servers accessible, as there isn't
a possibility to add unofficial servers.
Finding unofficial servers
Several web sites provide a place for server owners to publicly promote their servers,
itemizing IP addresses and different details about these servers. There have been two sites
of word (each defunct): the official Basic server listing maintained by Mojang Studios and the
general public server list at the Minecraft Forums. Since https://mclijst.nl/ has shut down their
public server list as of June 27th 2018 the only different to search out Minecraft Servers to
play on Java version is through a public server record discovered on-line. There are a lot of
common server lists that mirror how Minecraft Boards system worked when it was dwell.
In Java Version, the servers appear on the listing in a set order, which can be modified. T