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You can load up a world on playstation 4 edition as amplified, load up all the chunks, save then convert it to bedrock. However only loaded chunks will be amplified and any of the terrain past the size of the ps4 world would be normal.
OverviewGenerationIssuesAmplified, stylized in-game as AMPLIFIED, is a world type with a large range of altitude used in Overworld terrain generation. This world type affects only Overworld. The Nether and The End generate normally. It is recommended for the player to have a relatively powerful (or “beefy”, as it is said in the world type’s description) computer to play on Amplified since world generation use… · Text under CC-BY-SA license
What is amplified Minecraft?
Amplified. This article is a Minecraft Wiki stub. You can help by expanding the page. Amplified is a world type that was introduced in 1.7.1. It can be activated in the world generation options by cycling through it until one reaches “AMPLIFIED”. In this mode, land-forms, biomes, and the size of all terrain in general is blown out…
How do I generate amplified worlds on legacy console edition?
Amplified terrain can also be generated on Legacy Console Edition by selecting the “Amplified World” option when creating a new world ( Xbox One Edition and PlayStation 4 Edition only). These worlds may also be transferred to the respective console’s Bedrock Edition to play Amplified worlds on Bedrock Edition .
How do I activate amplified world type?
Amplified is a world type that was introduced in 1.7.1. It can be activated in the world generation options by cycling through it until one reaches “AMPLIFIED”.
What does amplified mean in Je?
Amplified , [until JE 1.18] stylized in-game as AMPLIFIED, is a world type with a large range of altitude used in Overworld terrain generation. Amplified worlds generate as many large hills and mountains, which dwarf even the mountains biome seen in default world types, and more often than not reach the world height limit.