How to use “keep inventory” command in Minecraft

the players of Minecraft know how frustrating it is to be on a journey that lasts many days in the game and far from respawning (where the character is reborn) and die for some silly thing. Until 2017, some modders solved these problems by creating mods that saved all items. However, Mojang and Microsoft added the controller to the game that year, eliminating the need to download any unofficial programs.

To help you never lose anything on your adventures and always keep your most valuable items, CodioDesk prepared this tutorial on how to use the “keep inventory” command in Minecraft.

Step 1: Open the game and click play to create or go to the map you want to enable.

Step 2: if you already have a map created and want to activate the function in it, skip to step 5. If not, in the world creation part, go to the right, in the map settings part.

Step 3: Scroll down to the end, until you find the option “Enable Cheats” and click so that the vertical bar turns green and to the right.

Step 4: the game will warn that, by allowing cheats, achievements and trophies are disabled. Aware of that, click “Confirm” and your progress on this map will not have the rewards on the accounts.

Step 5: with the game open, open the chat. If you are on the computer press the T key, on consoles press the right arrow button, and on the mobile press the floating text balloon button. Once that’s done, type (without the quotes) “/gamerule keepinventory true” and hit enter or the corresponding buttons signaled on the screen.

Step 6: once this is done, the command is already enabled and you can die at any time and the items will remain in your inventory!

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