Playing Minecraft Multiplayer with your friends is some of the best fun you can have, but you might think that having a Microsoft account is mandatory for it. This is not actually the case. In this quick guide, we’ll show you how you can easily play Minecraft Multiplayer with friends without a single Microsoft account! Make sure to follow closely for the best results, Right, let’s get into it.
Create your world
First up, you’ll need to create a world. When you are prompted to tweak the properties of this new world, navigate to the Edit Settings tab and select “Game”. Here, scroll down till you find the Trust Player Permissions setting. Ensure that this setting is set to “Visitor” with a waving hand next to it. Change any of the other settings as you like, and finish up. Once the world is created, go back to the main screen. Here, click on the Pencil icon next to the world’s name and select “Members”. Your friends’ list will pop up. Add in the friends you want to play Minecraft with, and they’ll get invites to your world. Now, hit play when they’re ready and wait for them to join the game. Once the whole band is back together, click on the pause icon at the top of your screen. On the right-hand side, you will be able to see a list of all your friends who are in the world. Next to their usernames, you will be able to see a certain icon. Click on it for each of your friends and set it to the Star icon, which is called “Member”. Once you have done this for all of your friends, you will now be able to play multiplayer with them, without ever having to go through a Microsoft account.