Minecraft Officially Comes to Chromebooks After Early Access

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Hard to find a platform where Minecraft is not available. On Wednesday, Chromebooks joined the list of those supporting the Bedrock Edition of the game following an early access version of the game that had been rolling out since March. The game has built-in crossplay functionality, connecting Chromebook players with their friends and users on all other platforms.

The game can be found Play Store for ChromeOS, starting at $20 in a package that comes with the Android version. If you already own the Android version, you can upgrade to the Chromebook version for an additional $13, as the Android version of the game costs $7. Google says Minecraft on Chromebooks will work with all Chromebooks released in the last three years .


Minimum configurations include:

  • OS: Chrome OS 111
  • System architecture: 64-bit (x86_64, arm64-v8a)
  • Processor: AMD A4-9120C, Intel Celeron N4000, Intel 3865U, Intel i3-7130U, Intel m3-8100Y, Mediatek Kompanio 500 (MT8183), Qualcomm SC7180 or better
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Storage: 1 GB

The news already includes the new update Trails and Tales, also released this Wednesday. The update adds a bunch of new stuff to the game, including a cherry blossom biome and the ability to ride a camel.

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