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  1. Minecraft Realms
  2. REALMS-1539

Downloaded realm "A newer version of the game has saved this level. It cannot be loaded".

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    • Type: Bug
    • Status: Resolved
    • Resolution: Fixed
    • Affects Version/s: MCPE-1.9, MCPE-1.10, MCPE-1.12.0
    • Fix Version/s: MCPE-1.10, MCPE-1.12.0
    • Component/s: None
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    • Environment:

      Nintendo Switch on update 1.9 and Minecraft Windows 10 on 1.9

    • ADO:
      192608

      Description

      What I expected to happen was:
      When I downloaded a world on my Switch from Minecraft realms (uploaded from windows 10 version), to be able to play it.

      What actually happened was:
      Instead, after it downloaded, it goes to a screen saying "A newer version of the game has saved this level. It cannot be loaded", and "unable to connect to world". It won't let me play the downloaded world, even though it lets me connect to the world if I play in the realm and not download it.

      Steps to Reproduce:
      1. Create a Minecraft world in the Windows 10 version of Minecraft on 1.9, exit and save that world.
      2.  Upload that same world to Realms.
      3.  Go onto Minecraft for the Nintendo Switch version 1.9 and go to realms. Go to options and select download the realm.                                     
      4. Select the world you just downloaded from the realm and play it. This is when I'm met with the screen saying "A newer version of the game has saved this level. It cannot be loaded", and "unable to connect to world".

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                Reporter:
                MexiFry97 Sam Escudero
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