As of my last knowledge update in September 2021, “EaglerCraft” doesn’t appear to be a widely recognized or established multiplayer game or server. It’s possible that it’s a private or relatively unknown Minecraft server or a game specific to a particular community. To play multiplayer in Minecraft or on a Minecraft server, follow these general steps:
- Access Minecraft Multiplayer:
- Launch the Minecraft Java Edition (for PC) or Minecraft Bedrock Edition (for consoles, mobile devices, and Windows 10).
- From the main menu, select the “Multiplayer” or “Play” option, depending on your edition.
- Join a Public Server (Java Edition):
- If you want to play on a public multiplayer server, click “Add Server” and enter the server’s IP address or domain name, along with a server name of your choice.
- Click “Done” to save the server details, and then click on the server in your server list to join.
- Join Friends or a Private Server:
- To play with friends or on a private server, one of you needs to set up a server. You can use dedicated server software or set up a LAN game if you’re on the same local network.
- Make sure your friends have the server address (IP or domain) to connect to.
- Set Up a Private Server (Java Edition):
- If you want to host your own private server for friends, you can download the official Minecraft server software from the Minecraft website.
- Follow the instructions provided with the server software to set up your server. You may need to configure port forwarding on your router if you want your friends to join from outside your local network.
- Set Up a Multiplayer Realm (Bedrock Edition):
- For Minecraft Bedrock Edition, you can create a multiplayer Realm to play with friends. Realms are hosted by Mojang and are accessible to players on different platforms.
- To set up a Realm, go to the “Realms” tab in the main menu and follow the prompts to create or join a Realm.
- Connect and Play:
- After joining a server or setting up your own, you can connect to it and start playing with others in the multiplayer world.
Please note that the process of playing multiplayer in Minecraft can vary depending on the edition you’re using, and new features and changes may have been introduced since my last update. Ensure you are using a legal and official version of the game and follow any specific instructions or rules provided by the server you are joining.