Bedrock commands are textual constructs that have the ability to carry out in-game operations in the amazing world of Minecraft. Bedrock commands can automate that procedure for you, so you can do everything from moving things to teleporting yourself, wiping players’ inventories, making construction blocks, and more. It may be quite time-efficient and entertaining to create worlds if you learn how to use them effectively.
How can I utilise the Bedrock commands in Minecraft?
In Minecraft Bedrock, there are two different ways to use commands. One easy method is by using a “chat window.” To use the command, all you have to do is pick the “Chat” button to bring up the “Chat box” and type the desired command. Keep in mind that all commands must begin with a slash (/), and that they are case-sensitive.
‘Command Blocks’ are a different method of putting commands into action. Enable creative mode first, then open the chat box and type “/give *your username* command block” to get a command block. The procedure for the Bedrock version is as follows!
How to activate cheats?
Players must first enable “cheats” before they load into their world in order to use commands. The procedure is simple, but bear in mind that using cheats will prevent you from earning achievements in the game.
Syntax and the Help Command
Players who are unfamiliar with how everything works may initially feel a little overwhelmed because the commands in Minecraft Bedrock resemble those in a programming language.
The usage of “/help” or “/?,” which displays a list of all terminal commands, can also provide useful details on a particular command’s functionality. All we need to do is type the name and the word “/help.” For example, “/help locate.”
Minecraft Bedrock Commands Full List
Each command in the Minecraft Bedrock edition is listed here, along with a brief explanation of what it does in-game.
|/ability||Grants or revokes the ability of a player|
|/alwaysday||Stops or resumes the day-night cycle|
|/camerashake||Creates a camera-shaking effect|
|/changesetting||Change a dedicated server setting|
|/clear||Clear item(s) from the player’s inventory|
|/clearspawnpoint||Removes the spawn point|
|/clone||Copies block(s) and put them in a location|
|/connect||Connect to WebSocket server|
|/deop||Takes operator status away from a player|
|/dialogue||Opens NPC dialogue|
|/difficulty||Sets the game’s difficulty|
|/effect||Add/Remove status effects|
|/enchant||Enchants a selected item|
|/event||Triggers an event|
|/execute||Executes a different command|
|/fill||Fills an area with blocks|
|/fog||Changes fog settings|
|/function||Runs a function|
|/gamemode||Sets player’s game mode|
|/gamerule||Sets game rule|
|/give||Gives an item to a player|
|/help||Displays a list of available commands and information about them|
|/immutableworld||Set immutable world state|
|/kick||Kick a player|
|/kill||Kill any entity|
|/locate||Locate the closest structure|
|/me||Displays a message|
|/mobevent||Enables or disables mob event|
|/music||Allows the player to play music tracks|
|/op||Gives player operator status|
|/ops||Reloads or displays permissions list|
|/playanimation||Play an animation|
|/playsound||Plays a sound|
|/reload||Reloads functions, advancements and loot tables|
|/replaceitem||Replace any item(s) in inventory|
|/ride||Change ride settings or entities|
|/save||Resume, status query, backup|
|/say||Displays a message to multiple players|
|/schedule||Schedule the execution of a function|
|/scoreboard||Manages the scoreboard|
|/setblock||Changes a block|
|/setmaxplayers||The max amount of players allowed to join|
|/setworldspawn||Sets the world spawn point|
|/spawnpoint||Set the spawn point of a player|
|/spreadplayers||Spreads entities around the map randomly|
|/stop||The command used to stop the server|
|/stopsound||Stop a sound|
|/structure||Save or load structures|
|/summon||Summons an entity|
|/tag||Control entity tags|
|/tellraw||Displays message to players (JSON)|
|/testfor||Number of entities matching specified criteria|
|/testforblock||Check if a block is in a location|
|/testforblocks||Check if the blocks in the two regions match|
|/tickingarea||List, add, and remove ticking areas|
|/time||Changes world time|
|/title||Control screen titles|
|/titleraw||Control screen titles (JSON)|
|/toggledownfall||Changes the weather|
|/tp||Same as ‘/teleport’|
|/w||Same as ‘/tell’ ,’/msg’. Displays private message|
|/wb||Edit restricted blocks. Same as ‘/worldbuilder’|
|/weather||Sets the weather|
|/xp||Adds or removes exp from a player|
Minecraft 1.19 Updated commands
The brand new edition of Minecraft 1.19 is cool and it includes some new commands. Some of them are unique to the Bedrock version.
With the use of this command, players can harm entities. You can deal damage to individual mobs, groups of entities, or the entire area or yourself.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is it safe to use commands?
Yes, using commands in-game is totally safe, as the commands can be used to activate features like entity spawning, teleportation, and traveling fast. Most Minecraft players are using the command nowadays. Low-end PCs can experience lag from excessive use of commands like “fill,”.
Do Minecraft Commands Work on Bedrock?
Commands work in Minecraft Bedrock edition on all platforms as long as cheats are active in the game settings but you can’t use commands in hardcore mode.
So, Keep this page bookmarked to keep learning new commands for Minecraft, and let us know which one is your favourite command in the comments section.