Chromebook is definitely not for gaming, though it’s not designed for that. We can say the same for mobile phones, but the market improved greatly, and mobile devices have become one of the biggest gaming stations. The capabilities should be extendable since Chromebooks work with a keyboard and mouse. Mojang chose to play their cards and bring Minecraft to Chromebook systems. The game was already playable with a few unofficial methods, which was working poor, but there’s nothing like official support. Microsoft seems decisive with making Minecraft Bedrock Edition all-accessible from Play Store, and here’s what they are doing.
Minecraft Officially Hits Chromebook’s Play Store
The game is available through Chromebook’s Play Store and priced at $19.99 as a bundle, including the Android version. If you’ve already bought the Android version, you can upgrade to the bundle for $13. The developer’s information claims that the game is supported on all the Chromebooks that have been released in the past three years. But you can still check the exact specification needed on this page.
The new release also includes the Trails and Tales content, which was released this Wednesday. The game could be launched like an entirely new version, but it should only have a few minor differences from the Bedrock Edition. That means it’s possible to get the benefits of cross-play available between Android, iOS, Windows 10 and 11, and Chromebook starting today. It’s one of the best things about Minecraft’s multiplayer features; they have large support for cross-play.
Minecraft is a pretty new experience for Chromebook. So, there could be optimization problems at the launch. It would be best to reach some reviews referencing your device. Especially if your device is older than three years, then Minecraft still couldn’t be a good option to play on Chromebook.
What are your thoughts about Minecraft’s Chromebook debut?