- On Windows, navigate to
- Connect to your server via SFTP
- Navigate to
/core-keeper/DedicatedServer/worldsin your server.
- Move the world file that ends in
.gzipto that folder. You can move several, if you have several worlds, but you can only play on one world at a time.
- If your world was anything other than
0.world.gzip, make sure to change the "world" option in
/core-keeper/DedicatedServer/ServerConfig.jsonto the number that your world has. For example, if you moved over
3.world.gzip, change "0" to "3" in that file after "world". See this article for more information on editing that file.
Simply follow the directions above, but instead of moving a file from your computer to your server, move it from the server to your computer. If the world you are downloading has the same name as one in your single player worlds, simply rename it with a new number. For example, if 0.world.gzip already exists, rename the one on the server to a number higher than what you have before downloading it. Only name it one number higher than your highest so it stays in the proper place in the single player world list.
Now you will be able to load your world in single player along side your other single player worlds!
Updated 26 days ago