Choosing the most suitable Minecraft server hosting plan depends on various factors, such as the game's complexity, graphics quality, and game engine optimization.
For example, for the basic vanilla version of Minecraft, 4 GB of RAM is usually enough to play the game with reasonable performance. However, if you are playing with mods or resource packs, it's recommended to have at least 6-8 GB of RAM to ensure a smooth gaming experience. If you plan to host a Minecraft server for multiple players, you will need more RAM, depending on the number of players and the size of your world. For a server with up to 10 players and a small world, 4-6 GB of RAM should be sufficient. For larger worlds and more players, you may need 8 GB of RAM or more to prevent lag and ensure a smooth gaming experience.
In general, most modern video games recommend a minimum of 8 GB RAM, while some games may require 16 GB or even more for optimal performance. To compare our Minecraft hosting plans, check the table below, detailing their features, pricing, and supported games.
Up to 25
Up to 90
Up to 15 GB
Up to 60 GB