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Minecraft is a single player game. A Microsoft account was not required when I bought it. It's a requirement they added later. Asking your customers to do this years after the fact is unreasonable.

I don't want a Microsoft account and I'm not making one. How do I play my game?

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  • "Asking your customers to do this years after the fact is unreasonable" Well yeah if it wasn't bought by Microsoft.
    – Skye-AT
    May 7 at 19:37
  • This is asked constantly. I don't agree with this solution, but something did have to change about the accounts. The number of hacked Mojang accounts i saw was absolutely insane, microsoft accounts have (mostly) eliminated this issue. Jun 15 at 4:16

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There is no other way to play Minecraft officially on that account unless you link your Microsoft account.

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  • Welcome to the site kickturn! As outlined in our help section, suggesting piracy isn't permitted on Arqade. I've gone ahead and removed that part of your answer. Cheers!
    – Wipqozn
    May 7 at 22:43
  • @Wipqozn I'm not sure what you removed, but out of curiosity I looked through the answer history, and there was no changes to the text. The current text is the one posted initially.
    – Hi-Angel
    Sep 18 at 15:02
  • @Hi-Angel Moderators have the ability to hide/redact revisions
    – Wipqozn
    Sep 19 at 12:34

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