Minecraft Bedrock Edition is the cross-play enabled version of Minecraft that allows players to explore an infinite world full of dangers and opportunities. Similar to other editions, players have an auto-generated, never-ending world with the ability to build anything, from the simplest of homes to the grandest castles.

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As a survival sandbox game, coordinates in Minecraft Bedrock Edition play a vital role in exploration and keeping the character alive. By knowing how to see coordinates, players can get more precise information for loot, farming any specific mineral, mob, or other similar things. 

In this Minecraft Bedrock Edition guide, we talk about how you can enable and see coordinates. 

How to See Coordinates in Minecraft Bedrock Edition

In Minecraft Bedrock Edition, you can view coordinates in the box located in the top left corner of the game screen. You’ll need to have the “Show Coordinates” option turned on, or you can manually set the /gamerule showcoordinates as true. 

Coordinates in Minecraft Bedrock Edition make you aware of the Latitude, Longitude, and Elevation of a block or location. It comes in handy for marking a farming location or any other key point. 

  • The x-axis indicates the player’s distance east (positive) or west (negative) of the origin point—the longitude.
  • The z-axis indicates the player’s distance south (positive) or north (negative) of the origin point—the latitude.
  • The y-axis indicates how high or low (from 0 to 255, with 63 being sea level) the player is—the elevation.
  • The unit length of the three axes equals the side of one block.

That’s it for now. While you are here, check out our other Minecraft guides.

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