The strategy action of Minecraft Legends lets players either team up to fight against enemy hordes of Piglin in a Co-Op campaign with their friends or face down each other in PvP multiplayer. Both modes are a great way to change the game experience and are very easy to set up. Additionally, since the title can connect with players across different platforms, there are tons of opportunities waiting for nearly anyone to join.
Multiplayer works through a drop-in system in this game, essentially allowing players to come and go at will whenever they want. As a result, the action does not get interrupted, nor do players lose out on any important resources, such as Diamonds in Minecraft Legends, if they have to leave. However, the PvP mode does not connect to the same drop-in system seen in PvE mode, so players must create separate games for both types.
How to Create a Co-Op Campaign Game
The multiplayer Co-Op of Minecraft Legends‘ campaign is far simpler to make than any PvP, as the option becomes available right from the Campaign tab in the Main Menu. Players can either continue an existing campaign or start a new one at their leisure from here. In addition, before starting the game, pressing Tab on the PC or going to the Friends button allows players to invite friends to their game session.
How to Create a PvP Game
From the Main Menu, players must travel to the Versus Mode instead to begin creating a PvP game. From there, they have three choices that affect how the player and their friends can either team up in Co-Op against strangers or make a private match for themselves. Finally, the player may pick a Public Game to face off versus other players online who could raise armies to raid their base and its important resources, like Redstone in Minecraft Legends.
Players can select one of three options when setting up a PvP game: Public Game, Host Game, or Private Game before loading the world with friends.
The other two options are to have a Host Game or Private Game, the former of which gives players direct control over settings rather than finding a PvP game online. A Private Game takes this to the extreme, only allowing players to participate from the Friends button or a direct invitation. Once all players are loaded in as strangers or friends game, the host may start the match once everyone is ready.
PvP mode lets players gather up to four friends to play with in Minecraft Legends‘ multiplayer, where many Co-Op alliances can be formed to take down others, or a unanimous assault can be made against Piglin forces encroaching from the Nether.