There are a few ways to keep your items when you die that could save your inventory’s life! These work for all versions of Minecraft, but this one is specifically for Xbox One. Keep reading to find out how to do this.
Xbox One Edition
The following method can be used to keep inventory in Minecraft on Xbox edition one. Apply all the procedures for keeping your list in Minecraft when you die.
Step 1: Get a hopper
Hoppers are very important to keep your inventory when you die on Minecraft and make sure to get a hopper as soon as possible after getting some wood (about 12-18 wood will do). You can make a hopper by placing nine planks in a plus shape and then adding a chest to the middle of it, which will create a hopper.
Step 2: Make a dispenser
Now that you have your hopper place it on top of your chest or double chest (depends on the chest’s size). Now you need to take some Redstone dust and put it in your crafting area. If you want to, you can get some from somewhere else in Minecraft.
You can either take eight pieces of Redstone dust for this craft or one piece of silk touch-enchanted Redstone dust if you have it. Put one amount of Redstone dust in the square next to where it says RECIPE. Do this for all of the pieces of Redstone dust if you have eight parts, or do it with one if you only have one amount of magical Redstone dust. Then craft it and place your dispenser down next to your chest / double chest (depends on what size the chest is).
Step 3: Set up the dispenser and hopper
Now that the dispenser is crafted right-click it once to open up its GUI (graphic user interface). Beside where it says OUTPUT put your hopper. If there is already something in the slot there, take it out before placing your hopper in. Now make sure that facing towards the dispenser’s front has a green arrow pointing towards the hopper.
Step 4: Get the stuff you want to keep and place it in the double chest
Before your death, the last thing you have to do is place your items in the chest so they don’t despawn. Please put all of the stuff you want to keep in there, but be sure not to put any other chests or double chests in it because they will also be destroyed by lava (the only way to turn them into obsidian). Now that you’re all set up, find some lava and die like an idiot! 😀
Step 5: Trust your hopper and dispenser
Now that you’re dead, loot everything else around you and then head back home (or wherever you came from).
Step 6: Get your stored items and get out of the dispenser
Now that you’re back at your super cool base, head over to the dispenser and open up its GUI (again). Now take out all of your items from storage (the hopper), but be careful because if there isn’t enough room for them in your inventory, they will drop on the ground (which won’t make you happy).
If this happens, pick them up again by putting any item down next to them, pressing the right trigger button, and selecting “pickup.” After you’ve picked everything up, take out all of the Redstone dust except one piece. This last piece is essential because, without it, your game could crash.
Now since you have all of your items, make your way back to your base and find a chest or double chest (depending on what size it is) in which you will store the rest of your stuff. Now that you’re here, but all of the Redstone in there with some wood planks if they are in stacks of 1 in your inventory.
Step 7: Find some water and get the water to flow down to your dispenser
This step isn’t complicated because most likely, when you died, there was water next to where you burned up, so get it again with any bucket and have it flow down into your dispenser. Also, if there isn’t any water near where you burned up, find some in the rest of your world and get it to flow down into your dispenser. Trust me, and if you have already burned up, then water will be easy to find.
Step 8: Put your items in the dispenser and get out of there
Now that your water is flowing excellent and good over your hopper and Redstone, so nothing can go wrong, but all of your items are in the dispenser again (with any object). It’s important not to put a chest or double chest in there because they will also turn into ash, just like anything else when lava touches them. Now get out of the dispenser and head back home (or wherever you came from). If you did everything right, all of your stuff should be in the dispenser waiting to pick it up.
Step 9: Pick up your loot and get on with your Minecraft life
Now that your items are at their correct places, get them all and get on with your life again. This probably won’t work twice, though, so remember not to die next time.
By following all these steps, you can keep your inventory in Minecraft. These are detailed steps that will work on Xbox.
How do I make the inventory in Minecraft?
You Minecraft cheats must craft an “inventory.” To do that, put two wood planks together, then put four more above it vertically, which will look like an open crate. Then place a chest in that slot to have an inventory to carry stuff around.
Note: An easy way to find diamonds and other rare blocks in the infinite world of Minecraft is to use a diamond pickaxe and dig deep down into the ground. That way, you won’t have to wander around looking for diamonds.
How do I keep inventory?
You’re going to want a “chest.” To craft one, put four wooden planks together and then add three more vertically, which will look like an open crate with two spaces. Place a chest in any one of those slots while standing near it or looking at it while holding shift, press e while having no selected item slot.
Make sure to make a lot of chests because you can only hold 27 items in each inventory space. Inventory has not 27 stacks but 27 items, including weapons and tools (i.e., 27 diamond pickaxes will only count as one space, not 27). And that is why you need a lot of chests.
Is it cheating to keep your inventory in Minecraft?
Each player has their own opinion on the subject. To play Minecraft properly, some claim that cheat codes should never be used since they distort the game’s rules. On the other hand, others view cheat codes as a necessity to relax when playing, especially if they are not playing multiplayer.
When playing Minecraft with other players, keeping your inventory after death gives you an unfair advantage, and it’s considered cheating. You can do whatever you want if you’re messing around on your own. Most players who report cheaters aren’t against using cheat codes.