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How to Pre-load Minecraft Legends on All Platforms

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by Jesse Vitelli

Minecraft Legends, the new multiplayer RTS Minecraft experience, launches on April 18, 2023. If you’re trying to hop into the game as soon as it launches, you’ll want to pre-load the game before it releases. Here’s how to pre-load Minecraft Legends on all platforms listed below.

How to Pre-load Minecraft Legends on All Platforms

Minecraft Legends is releasing on Xbox, PlayStation, Nintendo Switch, and PC. In order to pre-load the game on any of these platforms, you will need to purchase the game first. If you have Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, you will have access to Minecraft Legends.


If you’re trying to pre-load on Xbox, you can either purchase the game through the Xbox store or through the Xbox Game Pass section. You can then click on the pre-load option, and the game will download ahead of launch.


To pre-load on PlayStation, you will need to purchase the game, and then it will begin to download roughly 24 hours prior to launch.

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Nintendo Switch

You can pre-load Minecraft Legends on Nintendo Switch after purchasing the game. It will download onto your home screen and be locked until it releases on April 18, 2023.


To pre-load the game on PC, either go through the Xbox for PC application or the Microsoft Store. Once you’ve purchased the game, you will see the pre-install option where the purchase button is.

That’s everything you need to know about how to pre-load Minecraft Legends on all platforms. Once you’ve got it pre-loaded you’ll be ready to play Minecraft Legends as soon s it launches. Stay here at Prima Games for more tips and tricks as Minecraft Legends releases. We will have everything you need to be the king of the ring. Check out the PC system requirement for Minecraft Legends.

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Jesse Vitelli

Jesse loves most games, but he really loves games that he can play together with friends and family. This usually means late nights in Destiny 2 or FFXIV. You can also find him thinking about his ever-expanding backlog of games he won't play and being constantly dehydrated. Do not contact him.

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