How To Do Manhunt Bedrock On Minecraft



Get ready for a thrilling game of cat and mouse with Minecraft Manhunt on Bedrock Edition!  In this exciting game mode, one player, the “speedrunner,” races to complete a specific objective, while a group of “hunters” try to track them down and prevent them from succeeding.

This guide will equip you with the knowledge to set up and play Manhunt on your Bedrock world, whether you’re a seasoned hunter or a daring speedrunner. 

We’ll delve into the essential steps, from creating a tracking system for the hunters to choosing the perfect objective for the speedrunner.

So, grab your compass, sharpen your sword, and get ready to embark on a heart-pounding adventure in Minecraft Manhunt!

How Can I  Do Manhunt Bedrock On Minecraft?

Minecraft is even more fun with friends, and playing together locally on Xbox is a great way to experience the game. Thankfully, setting up a split-screen is a breeze. Here’s what you’ll need:


  • An Xbox console: This guide works for Xbox One, Xbox Series S/X, and even the older Xbox 360.
  • Two controllers: Each player needs their controller to participate.
  • Minecraft game: Make sure you have Minecraft downloaded and installed on your Xbox.
  • Optional: Xbox Live Gold subscription: This is only necessary if the second player doesn’t have their own Xbox Live account.


  1. Turn on your Xbox and connect both controllers. Make sure the controllers are powered on and synced with your console.
  2. Launch Minecraft. Navigate to Minecraft on your Xbox dashboard and launch the game.
  3. Start a new world or choose an existing one. You can either create a new world for your split-screen session or select an existing world you want to play together.
  4. Disable online multiplayer (optional). Head into the “Settings” menu and navigate to “Multiplayer.” Ensure “Multiplayer Game” is set to “Off” to avoid any online connection issues.
  5. Configure game settings (optional). Adjust difficulty, world options, and any other preferences you have before starting the game.
  6. Press the Xbox button on the second controller. This will turn on the second player profile and bring up the sign-in options.
  7. Sign in to the second player. If the second player has an Xbox Live account, they can sign in using their profile. If not, you can choose “Guest” to create a temporary local profile.
  8. Join the game. Once signed in, the second player will see a prompt to “Join a game.” Press the “A” button to join the first player’s world.


  • You can adjust the split-screen layout by going to “Settings” > “Video” and choosing your preferred orientation (horizontal or vertical).
  • Up to four players can participate in local split-screen on Xbox. Simply repeat steps 6-8 for additional controllers and profiles.
  • Remember, if the second player doesn’t have an Xbox Live Gold subscription, they won’t be able to earn achievements or access online features while playing as a guest.

With these steps, you’re all set to embark on your Minecraft adventures with friends or family on your Xbox!

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