How to Convert a Minecraft World from PS3 to Windows 10 Edition

Don't let your cherished collection of nostalgic worlds gather dust alongside your console.

Honor them with a conversion to a modern format rich with updated blocks and features.

The Universal Minecraft Tool makes it easier than ever to convert your PS3 worlds with the built-in USB support.


Table of Contents:

Step 1: Open the Input PS3 World

To begin, you'll need to tell to the UMT which world you're trying to convert.

Follow this guide to Open a PS3 World in the Universal Minecraft Tool

Step 2: Select Bedrock as the Output Edition

Click Bedrock to select it as the target output edition.


You'll notice a drop-down menu for selecting different target versions. This can be useful if you're trying to get more advanced with your world conversion, but for most cases you'll want to leave it on the latest version.

For reference: Minecraft PlayStation 3 edition never made it past 1.6.0 Bedrock equivalent.

Click Next to continue.

Step 3: Conversion Options

This panel allows you to control certain technical aspects of how the conversion should run. Thankfully, for PS3 to Bedrock conversion you'll usually want to leave these at their default values.


One very important setting you'll likely want to keep enabled is the Allow Older Chunk Versions feature. It is crucial to ensuring you don't have any holes or empty spots in your world.

Step 4: Convert

It's the big moment!

Click Start Conversion to begin.


The UMT will now scan the input world and perform all the necessary conversion steps to create a super-accurate clone of your world for Bedrock edition.

Step 5: Save the Bedrock World

After conversion, pick a spot to save the output world.

Click Save World to bring up the save window.


Enter a name for the world, and click Save.



Congratulations! You've successfully converted the world.

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