How to Turn on Experimental Gameplay in Minecraft Education Edition

How to Turn on Experimental Gameplay in Minecraft Education Edition: A quick and easy guide to get started with the new experimental gameplay features in Minecraft Education Edition.

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In Minecraft: Education Edition, experimental gameplay features are disabled by default but can be turned on in the world settings. Once turned on, students will have access to all of the blocks, items and mobs that are associated with that feature.

Some experimental gameplay features are related to specific lessons or topics, while others are just for fun. We recommend that teachers preview any experimental gameplay features before using them in class.

To turn on experimental gameplay features:

1. Launch Minecraft: Education Edition and sign in with your Microsoft 365 account.
2. Create a new world or edit an existing one.
3. Click the More Options button in the lower right corner and select World Settings from the menu.
4. Scroll down to the Experimental Gameplay section and select the features you want to enable.
5. Click Done to save your changes and close the menu.

What is Experimental Gameplay?

Experimental gameplay is an opt-in feature in Minecraft: Education Edition that allows players and educators to test new features and gameplay before they are ready for release. This means that some features may be unstable or may not work as intended.

To turn on experimental gameplay:

1. Launch Minecraft: Education Edition
2. Select the world you want to play in
3. Click the settings cog at the top of the screen
4. Select Experimental Gameplay
5. Click Ok to confirm

How to Turn on Experimental Gameplay

In Minecraft Education Edition, you can turn on Experimental Gameplay to get access to new features that are still in development. This can be helpful if you want to try out new features before they’re released, or if you’re having trouble with a particular feature and want to see if the problem has been fixed in a newer version.

To turn on Experimental Gameplay:
1. Open the Settings menu from the main screen.
2. Select the Profile tab.
3. Select the world you want to play in.
4. Click on the More Options button.
5. Enable the toggle for Experimental Gameplay.
6. Click Done to save your changes.


These steps should allow you to turn on experimental gameplay in Minecraft Education Edition. Remember to back up your world before playing around with experimental gameplay features, as some of them may be unstable. As always, feel free to contact us if you have any questions or need any help.

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