Minecraft Now Officially Available On Chromebooks

San Francisco: Tech giant Google has announced that the game ‘Minecraft: Bedrock Edition’ is now officially available on Chromebooks.

The tech giant said in a blogpost on Wednesday that users can now purchase the game from the Google Play Store on Chromebooks, which includes access to the Minecraft Marketplace and the ability to play on Realms.

“Minecraft is now available on compatible Chromebooks, including all Chromebooks launched in the last three years.”

Players can team up with friends across multiple devices, including Android, Xbox, PlayStation, Nintendo Switch, and Windows computers, with Minecraft’s cross-play functionality.

However, the cross-play feature requires a Microsoft account.

“You can now play the newly announced Trails & Tales update on a Chromebook. The update includes new mobs, new blocks and new items to transform your overworld and adventure into a sniffer, pottery shards brush or armor trims.” See you,” the company said.

In addition, the new update comes with new features including the ability to share camel rides with friends and leave messages to each other with new, editable hanging prompts.

When users buy a game on their Chromebook, they can use the same Google Account to download it for free on their Android smartphone as well.

In March this year, the Early Access version of the game ‘Minecraft: Bedrock Edition’ was made available on Chromebooks.