How to Set the World Spawn in MinecraftNovember 26, 2022
Minecraft’s /setworldspawn command allows users to modify the location of their world spawn. This allows new players to start in the desired position and not at the default spawn. Below is a detailed explanation of how to use this command.
There are two possible syntax options depending on the version of Minecraft that you’re using. These are listed below.
- Syntax: /setworldspawn <pos> <angle>
- Example: /setworldspawn 100 70 100 -180
- Result: Blocks position 100 70 100 in the world spawn and forces the user to face the north.
- Syntax: /setworldspawn [spawnPoint: x y z]
- Example: /setworldspawn 100 70 100
- Result: Blocks position 100 70 100 in the world spawn.
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- <pos>, [spawnPoint]: The argument required to specify the block that will allow the world to spawn. You must include the x y Z coordinates that contain floating-point numbers or tildes.
- <angle>Exclusive to Java The angle that new players will be facing in the world spawn. It can range from -180 to 179.9. Examples:
- -180: Due North.
- -90 : Due East.
- 0: Due South.
- 90: Due West.
These are the basics of using the /setworldspawn command. You can find additional Minecraft content and guides at our Minecraft homepage!
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