One of the most popular games today, Minecraft has millions of players all around the world. However, there are still many people that can’t afford to buy a copy, so we have compiled a guide on how to get a free Minecraft account.
Minecraft already offers a free account, but with certain limits in place. In order to fully unlock all features, you need a premium account and we can tell you how to get one for free.
Started as a sandbox for building, Minecraft quickly developed into a full game. The developers added various features, like combat, crafting, trading and even taming wild animals. You can find and mine various resources, which can be crafted into many useful objects, which in turn allow much more complex game.
In order to have all these unlocked, you need to buy the game for $26. Not everyone can afford that, so we have a way around it.
First thing you need to do is create a free Minecraft account. Go to the official Minecraft site and click sign up. Enter all required information, click next and on the next page enter a CAPTCHA. You will receive a verification email with a code on your email. Enter that as well and you are good to go.
The next step is to migrate your account to Mojang, the game creators. This will allow you to enjoy premium features, extra security, and the game will be integrated into your Mojang library. Go to Mojang site (htttps://account.mojang.com/migrate), enter all the information required. Enter the verification code you have received on your email and your account will be migrated.
Another way is to get a premium account is to migrate your account to nulled.to. You will also need to create an account there and under gaming tab, click other games. Find Minecraft and you will be presented with various account details. You need to check them against Minecraft official site to see which one works. Be patient and you will eventually find one that does.
Migrating to Mojang is a much simpler procedure, but if for some reason it doesn’t work for you, try nulled.to method. It is somewhat more complicated, but the end result is the same.
Also, you can check this post from Codakid, for additional Minecraft commands, enhancements, and color codes.