Minecraft has prohibited reorganization so that users can be removed from private servers

Minecraft has prohibited reorganization so that users can be removed from private servers

A pre-release of Minecraft''s new version, Minecraft 1.19.1, is now available, which alters the way bans work in the game.

Players who have been banned from an internet server will now be eligible for the restriction on all of them, both personal and private.

Players who wish to get another player banned due to misconduct will have to send a ban request to Mojang. This will need to include a valid reason for the request.

From there, Minecraft''s powers will either dismiss or approve the prohibition, and the accused will be limited to the game''s single-player mode.

The server administrators will receive a written explanation for why they were banned (thanks, Tech Raptor).

Various reports have suggested that a new Minecraft game is being developed. This one is apparently going to be a real-time strategy title.

A Minecraft film is in the works, with Aquaman''s Jason Momoa currently attached to the project.

Check out Tom''s interview with Mojang and Minecraft''s game director, Agnes Larsson, for more on Steve''s and his co-hosting world.

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