Minecraft worlds can be vast and endless. If that feature is disabled, every world can be created infinitely. The world will continue on for ever. One type of world can do this, but it will also be larger and more beautiful. Amplified Worlds in Minecraft are world types that can cause higher mountains and deeper caves.
This Java Edition feature is not available. However, Bedrock Edition players have a way to use it to create their own amplified worlds. This is what they need to do.
Java's exclusive feature is amplified worlds. This world type can be modified in the world settings before it is generated. This is the same thing as changing the world to Flat, Infinite, or Old.
This is not possible in Bedrock. Amplified terrain is possible on Legacy Console Edition (PlayStation 4 and Xbox One). Select the “Amplified world” option when creating new worlds.
These worlds can then be transferred to their respective consoles in order to play amplified worlds of Bedrock.
Amplified worlds are best used by Java Edition players. It is strongly recommended that you use a powerful computer. These require a lot of RAM and power. Older and weaker computers may experience lag or other problems when playing amplified worlds.
Amplified worlds can generate large hills and mountains, and will often exceed the Minecraft world height limit. These mountains are larger than regular Minecraft mountains.
With ease, deep caves can also reach the bedrock. Despite the fact that villages and other structures still exist, they will often appear strange due to the dramatically different world generation.
These types of worlds are considered the most difficult by many Minecraft players. This terrain is extremely difficult and presents more difficulties than normal worlds. Many people avoid this type of world.