- Preliminary information
- Minecraft server list
- How to get into Minecraft servers
Before going into the details of the list of servers for Minecraft , I think you might be interested in learning more about the subject.
Well, you should know that there are several websites that allow you to get lists of the main ones cittàn servers dedicated to the title of Mojang. Among these is Minecraft , which generally allows you to quickly obtain detailed information about the rooms related to Java version for PC of the game (although there are also servers for the Bedrock edition).
In any case, they also exist other portals which is worth keeping an eye on, like Minecraft MP, which offers interesting resources for both Minecraft Java Edition and Minecraft Bedrock servers.
A third interesting portal to refer to is TopG, where you can find a little bit of everything. I remind you that in general the servers dedicated toJava edition for PC of the game are indicated only with the address, while for those relating to the Bedrock version usually there is also the door.
In short, it is good not to just take a look at the list offered by a single website, as you could miss out on some particularly good rooms.
For the rest, just to give you an indication about the popular terms used to describe the servers related to Minecraft and the game modes practiced in them, I thought I would propose, below, a sort of "legend".
- PvP (Player vs Player): users find themselves against each other. Your enemies are players and not AI-controlled bots.
- PvE (Player vs Environment): in this case the enemy is everything that represents the game environment. Put simply, you fight, for example, against monsters and animals, rather than against other players in the flesh.
- Factions: users can form groups, then going to challenge other factions made up of players.
- Whitelist/No Whitelist: some servers carry out a sort of "selection at the entrance", creating a whitelist, that is a white list. Put simply, you usually have to send a request to enter the server to the admins, then await their approval. On the other hand, in the case of “no whitelist” servers, generally the latter try to access a bit of everyone.
- Vanilla: there are those who particularly appreciate "naked and raw" Minecraft. These servers usually play strictly without mods and without any kind of variation to the basic rules of the game.
- MiniGames: these are mini-games that pits users against them. There are plenty of them and they range from BedWars, struggles in which you have to break the opponent's bed, to minigames that “borrow” some of the mechanics of the most famous titles of the moment, such as Among Us.
- RPG: the game mechanics in these servers trace the world of RPGs, or role-playing games.
- McMMO: generally these rooms offer the possibility of obtaining skills, equipment and much more, in some ways "borrowing" mechanics from RPGs as well.
- Creative: we try to let the players express their creativity. No survival or the like, we try to stay in a phase of "relaxation" and build objects, houses and much more.
- Survival: the name is essentially self-explanatory. You must try to survive as much as possible within the game world, building objects and structures necessary to continue in the course of the adventure.
- Hunger Games: You compete against other players in a mode that takes its name from the well-known series of books and films. If you are a fan of the latter, you will surely find bread for your teeth, between competition, skills and item upgrades.
- Land Claim: take possession of the portion of land involved and prevent the other players from doing damage and conquering it. This is the goal of the servers that report this wording.
In any case, I remind you that the modalities made by the community are constantly updated, so you may also encounter other terms.
Minecraft server list
After having illustrated the general situation, providing you with indications on where to find addresses and possibly ports of the servers, I would say that it is time to get “to the heart” of the guide, making you aware of the existence of some specific servers. Below you can therefore find a list of some interesting rooms that you could have fun in.
- NexusCraft Network (Java Edition): mc.nexuscraft.it. This is a very active server, usually populated by hundreds of players. Among the tags that distinguish it, we find Factions, Vanilla, Survival, SkyGames and Towny.
- GenesisMC (Java Edition): mc.genesismc.it. The server's flagship mode is the one called Space Orbital, which allows you to unlock new planets with different characteristics and resources.
- FusionWorld (Java Edition, Bedrock): mc.fusionworld.it or mcfusionworld.it:19132. This server, which typically always hosts hundreds of players, gives you access to activities such as Rust, Pixelmon, Skyblock, Survival, Bedwars, Among Us, Battle Royale, Factions, and CuboLuckyBlock. In other words, it is a complete and always updated room.
- Under Survival (Java Edition, Bedrock): mc.sottosopravvigliamento.it or bedrock.sottosopravvigliamento.it:19132. It is a server that also winks at those who are used to playing the Bedrock version of Minecraft. Among the available modes, there are Survival Plus and Creative.
- PigParty Network (Java Edition, Bedrock): mc.pigparty.eu or mc.pigparty.it:25565. You are in front of an cittàn server that has been active for many years now, which has several modes. They range from BedWars to SkyPvP.
Obviously take into consideration the fact that, when it comes to community built servers, there may be gods changes from moment to moment, given the large number of variables involved. In any case, if you want to find other rooms, you can always refer to the portals mentioned in the previous chapter.
How to get into Minecraft servers
How do you say? Have you finally found a server that seems suitable for your needs but you don't know how to get into it? No problem: I'll explain immediately how to proceed!
Starting from the version Java by PC of Minecraft, you just need to start the game, press the button Multiplayer, present directly in the home menu, click on the button Aggiungi a server I'll compile il module that appears on the screen.
More precisely, you have to enter the room name (you can also give it a random name, it's just to remind you which server it is) and type in the appropriate one address. After that, all you have to do is click on the button Done and press the icon Play, present near the server name involved. This way, you will enter the room and can start playing.
As regards, however, the Bedrock version of the game, namely the one for mobile devices, Windows 10 and consoles, you just have to simply reach the path Play> Server e premere sul pulsating Add server.
At this point, type the server name,address and port number, premendo by its pulsating Play. In short, you should not have particular doubts about the operation, but in any case you can possibly refer to my guide on how to enter a Minecraft server.
In addition, you might also be interested in taking a look at my tutorial on how to enter the BedWars server, in which I went into the detail of a specific mode, also making a practical example of what happens once you enter a server dedicated to the Mojang title. .
For the rest, since you are a fan of the latter, I would advise you to take a look at the page of my site dedicated to Minecraft, where you can find many other tutorials that could be for you. For example, if you want to go beyond cittàn servers, you may find what is right for you within my guide to the best servers for Minecraft.Minecraft server list