There are many Minecraft maps I want to make without the struggle of removing a whole lot of blocks. Is there any .mcworld file that is already cleared out (only air)?

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    It's definitely possible in Java Edition with a superflat world. Commented Mar 1, 2021 at 9:41

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This Wiki page has some information about customizing super-flat worlds on Bedrock edition. It appears there's no GUI to do it like in Java Edition Minecraft:

Bedrock Edition has no interface for customizing flat worlds; it always uses the default configuration (one layer of bedrock, two layers of dirt, and a layer of grass blocks) even when the Seed Picker is used. However, custom flat worlds are supported internally, and can be used by modifying FlatWorldLayers in the world's level.dat file using an external editor.

The editor used to edit level.dat appears to be Universal Minecraft Editor, thanks MrParrot

  • NBTExplorer is for Java Edition, Universal Minecraft Editor (universalminecrafteditor.com) is a similar tool for Bedrock Edition. Commented Mar 1, 2021 at 9:43
  • Okay thanks, will edit
    – Ben
    Commented Mar 1, 2021 at 9:49

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