Minecraft has been a popular multiplayer game, available on various consoles. The game is available for Nintendo Switch players, who have recently been facing a Privacy Setting error. For changing the Privacy Settings in Minecraft, you need to first check if you got a Nintendo Switch Online subscription. With the help of the Nintendo Switch Online subscription, you can play multiplayer in Minecraft or other multiplayer games in your Nintendo Switch. But even if you are facing the Privacy Settings error despite owning a Nintendo Switch Online subscription, it is fixable. How can you fix your Minecraft Privacy Settings issue? Read this article to find it out.
Minecraft: Privacy Settings Error Fix
Firstly, you need to open your preferred web browser from your PC. With this, access the Microsoft website. You can access this website from the Nintendo Switch browser or even from your mobile. After accessing the Microsoft website, you would require to Sign in with your Microsoft account, which you have used for signing into your Nintendo Switch Minecraft as well. After you log in using the same Nintendo Minecraft Microsoft account, take your cursor (or tap on your account). From here, select My Microsoft Account.
Henceforth, when you are accessing the My Microsoft Account page, you will see various tabs on the top. Select Your info and check your date of birth. If your age is under 18, then you would have to change it to a +18 age date. After checking this scroll down and you will be able to access Xbox Profile. When you are accessing the Xbox Profile, you need to click on Privacy Settings. This would redirect you to another page. Once the page opens up, you will see various tabs under your username. Select the Xbox One/Windows 10 Online Safety. Under this category, you will see a lot of setting options. You need to Allow all of them. Therefore select Allow for all of the options under the Xbox One/Windows 10 Online.
Next up, go to the Privacy tab, and change the settings to Everyone. Click on Submit. Now open Minecraft from your Nintendo Switch and click on Play. In rare cases, if this does not work, simply close Minecraft from your Switch and restart it again and you would be able to play Multiplayer on your Switch. Hope this article was able to help you out. Like this, you can read more content on Nintendo updates, guides and fixes by clicking here.
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