Currently, there are four different settings to choose from, which are Peaceful, Easy, Normal, and Hard. This guide will tell you everything you need to know about them.
Here is a summary of the differences between each of the difficulty levels are.Peaceful:
Hostile mobs do not spawn naturally, except for a select few that do not deal damage to a player. When being on a higher difficulty and changing to Peaceful, all hostile mobs are automatically despawned. Additionally, player health is restored much quicker on this difficulty.Easy:
Hostile mobs do spawn on this difficulty, however, they do little damage compared to Normal level. Player health does not decrease when they are starving.Normal:
The default value, hostile mobs deal normal damage and a player's health will decrease by 1 heart when they are starving. Additionally, villagers have a 1/2 chance of becoming a zombie when they are killed by one.Hard:
Hostile mobs cause more damage than Normal and players can starve to death. Villages will become zombies when they are killed by one and zombies can break through doors.
The first step is to go to Scalacube.com and log into your account.
Once logged in, go to "Servers" and click on "Manage server".
Click "Manage" again.
Locate "Settings" on the left tab and enter it.
Find "server.properties" and click "Change".
We are now at the server.properties configuration file. Keep in mind that after any change is made, the server has to be restarted.
Scroll down until you find the "difficulty=" field and change it to your required setting.
Click on "Save" on the bottom right and wait for the changes to apply.
Click on "Manage".
Click on "Reboot" to restart your server.
After this is done, the difficulty is now changed to your selected setting and you can easily now log back into the server.
Congratulations! You now know How To Change Difficulty On Your Minecraft Server.
- Log into Scalacube account
- Go to Servers > Manage server > Manage
- Go to settings
- Change difficulty and save
- Reboot server
- Connect back to server