There are Plenty of other Things to be Discovered

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30 September 2022

Safety is the first priority. Play is at the heart of everything we do. Yes, safety comes first. To accomplish this, Mojang Studios enlist the assistance of moderators, who strive to keep Minecraft's welcoming environment.

This is work we've been working on for quite some time, however, we've recently added new moderation actions to the Bedrock version of Minecraft that we'll be rolling out in the coming months. These tools are designed to ensure that all of our players can continue feeling as safe as possible within Minecraft and Realms on Xbox One, PS4, Nintendo Switch, Windows 10, iOS, and Android.

So, what's new? Minecraft moderators can disqualify players who do not adhere to our Community Guidelines when they send online messages via our services (Realms) or Featured Servers, and communicating online through signposts and books. Of course, the content of single player games is not controlled.

Currently, moderators can hand out permanent bans that extend to all versions of Minecraft (except Minecraft Dungeons) in order to target the most serious offenses, meant to cause harm to others. We are also working on introducing temporary bans for lesser crimes.

A message will be sent to users if they are banned. It will also provide details on how they can cancel their Realms subscription. For more information regarding the severity of violations and guidelines on what to do if you are banned, visit the Minecraft Help Center.

By introducing these new tools, we want to ensure that our Community Guidelines are followed and, in turn, help us provide a positive and enjoyable environment throughout our games. And there's even more to be added. We are always looking for ways to make our community safer for everyone. We will keep you informed of the development. Please be courteous to one another during the interim.

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