The American conservative is reporting on the first day of the Minecraft 1,9.6 beta test.
According to the article, players who want to access the beta test should head to their respective account pages on the official Minecraft website, sign in and click “Create New Account.”
After creating their account, they should see a “Welcome to Minecraft” page that reads, “To get started with Minecraft, you will need to create a new account.”
From there, they can click on “Connect to Minecraft Server” to connect to the server, and then select “Create a Minecraft Account.”
Once that’s done, the page will show a welcome screen.
From there on out, players should see the “Join Minecraft Server,” and after confirming their information, they’ll be able to log in and play with the beta testers.
The Minecraft 1 beta test was originally scheduled to go live on Tuesday, April 6, but the servers were only able to handle about 500 concurrent players at the time of the update.
That was because the server was running at a very low capacity, and the servers’ capacity is limited to only a few thousand concurrent players.
According the article’s text, the server is currently experiencing an influx of new players, and this was a result of the server running at less than 1% capacity.