I’m certain that you are familiar with the video game sensation renowned as Minecraft – it has found its way into the hearts of video game connoisseurs and fanatics alike. Minecraft’s most noteworthy facet is its never-ending world, in which you can simply get, well, lost.
Whether you are indulged in single-player or multiplayer, getting lost in Minecraft is something every player confronts. Sometimes, getting lost can be exhilarating, albeit other times, it can become detrimental.
In this article, I will explain how you can teleport – yes, teleport – through the everlasting world of Minecraft. You can use this method on Minecraft (Desktop) and Minecraft PE, and similarly, on console variants when using ‘host privileges’ on multiplayer.
Firstly, open Minecraft and click on Singleplayer, then click on a Creative terrain that you want to load, or create one by clicking on Create New World at the bottom of the page.
NOTE: The Creative world SHOULD have ‘cheats’ enabled.
Determine where you want to teleport inside of Minecraft in terms of the coordinates (X, Y, Z) – this is a critical step!
“X” coordinates – your position east or west of the spawn point.
“Y” coordinates – the elevation above bedrock.
“Z” coordinates – your position north or south of the spawn point.
For instance, the sea level is “Y:63”. You can determine your coordinates by pressing ‘F3’, or ‘FN+F3’, on your keyboard.
Press ‘/’ on your keyboard to open the Console. After that, you need to type the console command for teleportation ( /teleport ), and press ‘ENTER’ on your keyboard – you can do this by replacing your “name” with your username, “X” for the east/west coordinates, “Y” for the vertical coordinates, and “Z” for the north/south coordinates.
For instance, your command line might appear as; ‘/teleport noobmaster69 0 63 40’. You can also teleport a player to another player – for instance, to teleport Steve to Alex, type ‘/teleport Steve Alex’ as the Console command.
NOTE: Your username is case-sensitive.
ON MOBILE (PE):
As mentioned above, coordinates are necessary for teleportation in Minecraft. To determine the coordinates on mobile, go to the in-game menu, and then go to Settings > Game. Under World Options, simply toggle Show Coordinates.
After that, you need to type the Console command for teleportation ( /teleport ) in the Chat – you can do this by replacing your “name” with your username, “X” for the east/west coordinates, “Y” for the vertical coordinates, and “Z” for the north/south coordinates – or, ( /tp ) in the Command Block – you can do this by typing ‘@p’, “X” for the east/west coordinates, “Y” for the vertical coordinates, and “Z” for the north/south coordinates. Simply tap on ‘ENTER’ once you’ve typed the command!
For instance, your command line might appear as; ‘/teleport noobmaster69 0 63 40’ for the Chat, or ‘/tp @p 0 63 40’ for the Command Block.
I hope this article answers your questions accurately! If you’ve got any further queries regarding this, by all means, message me and I will get back to you with a response.