10 Best Servers for Minecraft: Bedrock Edition 1.19

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10 Best Servers for Minecraft: Bedrock Edition 1.19

Minecraft: Bedrock Edition encompasses the Windows 10 Edition as well as the Pocket Edition and console ports of the game. Despite its variability, Bedrock Edition still has access to a vast collection of online servers.

Many servers in Minecraft can support either Java or Bedrock Edition separately, while others can even support both simultaneously. Even after the major version 1.19 update, many servers are still worth joining. These servers vary in presentation and game modes, but they all have something to offer interested Minecraft players.

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Below, players can find a great list of servers that offer exceptional gameplay on Bedrock 1.19.


Verified servers compatible with Minecraft: Bedrock Edition 1.19

10) Purple Prison (purpleprison.net)

Purple Prison titular prison server (Image via Purple Prison)
Purple Prison titular prison server (Image via Purple Prison)

A long time favorite of the Minecraft community, Purple Prison started out as a Prison game mode server, but has expanded to offer much more than that. Players who enter this server can also enjoy Survival Multiplayer, Skyblock, KitPvP, and Hunger Games, among others.

The server has a distinct alien-themed aesthetic and absolutely loves the color purple, creating an otherworldly feel for players while having fun. Purple Prison also facilitates many events each year, ensuring that players always have something to participate in.


9) MC Central (mccentral.org)

MC Central has remained one of the highest rated Minecraft servers in the community (Image via MC Central)
MC Central has remained one of the highest rated Minecraft servers in the community (Image via MC Central)

A popular, long-running Minecraft server, Minecraft Central has cross-platform play between Java and Bedrock editions. Players can enjoy core game modes like Survival and Creative, as well as KitPvP, Skyblock, Prison, and Factions PvP, and can even play mini-games.

The staff is as dedicated as it sounds, and player counts range from hundreds to thousands on weekends, while weekdays tend to have smaller, tighter groups of players. However, the server is never completely empty, allowing players to always find someone to enjoy their Minecraft game with.

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8) Red Blockdrop (bedwars.games)

Blockdrop Network Logo #039 (Image via AwesomeOverLord/YouTube)
Blockdrop Network logo (Image via AwesomeOverLord/YouTube)

Although it offers other types of games, Blockdrop Network is best known in the community for its Bedwars game mode.

In Bedwars, players fight each other to destroy their opponents’ beds, destroying their spawn point until one player or team is left standing. Blockdrop sports one of the most robust Bedwars worlds in the community. However, if players find Bedwars to be played, they can head over to the world of City Life and enjoy a more relaxed experience.


7) Desteria (pvp.desteria.com)

Desteria is primarily for PvP enthusiasts (Image via SwaglordPVP/YouTube)
Desteria is primarily for PvP enthusiasts (Image via SwaglordPVP/YouTube)

For gamers who enjoy an MMO edge in their game, Desteria is an exceptional choice. It is a heavily PvP oriented server but features a robust class system and varied factions to join. Players can organize alliances between factions or fight for supremacy. During downtime, players can head over to the casino to try their hand at some in-game betting if they so choose.

There is a lot to enjoy on the Desteria server, though fans who don’t enjoy PvP may want to skip the intense gameplay on this server.

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6) Minecraft (minescape.me)

Minescape combines Minecraft with the RPG elements of Runescape (Image via FlippingOldschool/YouTube)
Minescape combines Minecraft with the RPG elements of Runescape (Image via FlippingOldschool/YouTube)

Runescape is one of gaming’s oldest and most revered MMORPGs, and now players can enjoy its detailed mechanics in Minecraft.

Jumping into Minescape, players can train their various skills and explore the world of Runescape, lovingly recreated in the Minecraft engine. The server is very immersive and rewards grind like the game it emulates, and the community welcomes new members. Dive in and start mining, cooking and fighting today and climb to the top of the leaderboards.


5) Grand Theft Minecraft (mc-gtm.net)

Los Santos recreated in GTM (Image via Grand Theft Minecart)
Los Santos recreated in GTM (Image via Grand Theft Minecart)

Another great recreation, Grand Theft Minecart is a representation of Grand Theft Auto Online. The entire city and countryside of Los Santos has been lovingly redone on this server, and players can play the same way they would in GTA Online.

Take down your enemies, carry out robberies and collect a wide range of weapons and explosives. If the game runs its course, Minecraft players can also jump into the accompanying creative world for a peaceful off-limits building in the redesigned Los Santos.

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4) Havoc Games (mc.havocmc.net)

Havoc Games'  popular world of The Mining Dead (Image via Havoc Games)
Havoc Games’ popular The Mining Dead world (Image via Havoc Games)

Havoc Games has one of the most interesting collection of game modes. Their most popular game world by far is The Mining Dead, an excellent zombie survival game mode based on Robert Kirkman’s game. The Walking Dead.

In addition, Havoc also offers Towny, Mine Wars and Warzone PvP gameplay, and Grand Craft Auto, its own version of Grand Theft Auto gameplay. These game modes are considerably diverse compared to typical Survival and Creative gameplay. It may not be for the more traditional Minecraft gamer, but Havoc Games promises to be a unique experience for gamers diving into the server.


3) Complex Games (hub.mc-complex.com)

Complex Gaming features a consistently high player count (Image via Complex Gaming)
Complex Gaming features a consistently high player count (Image via Complex Gaming)

A long-time ranked server by many metrics, Complex Gaming is known in particular for its exceptional Pixelmon world. However, it is certainly not limited there. Players can also choose between the vanilla survival crap, the Feed the Beast game, and the Tekkit-focused game.

Aside from vanilla, each game type offers its own collection of high-quality, detailed mods sourced from some of the best developers in the community. Because of this, Minecraft players are not likely to get bored easily with Complex Gaming.

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2) Mineplex (us.mineplex.com/eu.mineplex.com)

Official Mineplex Logo #039 (Image via Mineplex)
Official Mineplex Logo (Image via Mineplex)

Mineplex’s reputation speaks for itself as it is one of the few Bedrock Edition servers to officially partner with Mojang. It was once one of the largest servers in the community, though it has quietened down a bit in recent years. Despite this, Mineplex offers server connectivity in the US and Europe, ensuring ping is mitigated and players don’t need to connect across the globe to play.

The massive server map facilitates many different game modes including Block Hunt, Bridges, Cake Wars, Survival Games, and even a Mario-Kart style mini-game to enjoy.


1) Hypixel (mc.hypixel.net)

Hypixel remains one of the most popular servers ever conceived (Image via Hypixel)
Hypixel remains one of the most popular servers ever conceived (Image via Hypixel)

Long considered the gold standard for servers, Hypixel supports Java and Bedrock editions in version 1.19 and earlier. The server has 19 different game modes, and some of the most popular ones include Skyblock, Bedwars, Skywars, Cops and Crims, and TNT Wars. Each game mode features its own unique lobby, and the player base on Hypixel is huge compared to almost every other server.

The community ensures a vibrant environment for players to learn, grow and socialize. For all these reasons and more, Hypixel remains one of the best servers for Minecraft players.

Note: This article is subjective and reflects the opinions of the writer only.


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