In this guide, you'll learn how to convert a Minecraft world from Xbox 360 to Bedrock (Windows 10).
If you haven't already, download/setup the Universal Minecraft Converter.
1. Get the Xbox 360 World
First, copy the world from your Xbox 360 console to your PC.
Skip this step if the Xbox 360 world is already on your PC.
- Insert your USB drive into your Xbox 360 console. Creating an Xbox 360 USB drive
- At the Xbox 360 Dashboard, go to Settings > Storage > HDD > Games and Apps > Minecraft.
- Select the world and choose Copy. Choose your USB drive from the listed storage devices to copy the world to your USB drive.
To speed this up in the future, select your USB drive as the default storage device within Minecraft. Then your worlds will always be stored on your USB drive.
2. Input the Xbox 360 World
Next, input the world into the Universal Minecraft Converter.
- Insert your USB drive into your PC.
- Open the Universal Minecraft Converter and sign in.
- Click the Xbox 360 button to view the worlds stored on your USB drive.
- Double click on the world you want to input. (To input an Xbox 360 world that's already on your PC, select it by clicking the browse button at the bottom of the window and click Open.)
3. Convert the World
- Click the Windows 10 button to select the output platform.
- Click Start to begin the conversion.
4. Save the Converted World
Once the conversion finished successfully, the Windows 10 button will have a full green border.
- Click the Windows 10 button to open the save window.
- Enter a name for the converted world and then save it.
Once the converted world has been saved, you can close the converter or reset it by clicking the Xbox 360 button.
- Save: saves the converted world directly into your Minecraft Windows 10 save folder
- Save As: saves the converted world as a folder to the chosen location
- Save as .mcworld: saves the converted world as an .MCWORLD file
Your world has now been converted!