Chromebook users can now enjoy Minecraft on their device. The early access version of Minecraft known as Bedrock Edition is now active on Chromebook as from March 15 2023. This means the game is now more accessible to more people worldwide.
Features of Minecraft Bedrock Edition
It offers cross-device play with friends and acquaintances, access to Minecraft Marketplace, and users are able to play on Realms. However, this doesn’t mean that Chromebook users will have access to the full version yet. This means some games and actions will be unavailable until the full version for Chromebook launches.
Without the update, users will be able cross-play – share a camel ride with someone, leave cryptic notes hanging signs, or even go on a group hunt for sniffer eggs. There’ll be other fun things to accomplish as well.
This Bedrock Edition will allow the gamer to meet new mobs, nab new blocks, and go in search of new biomes.
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In case you don’t see Minecraft on your Chromebook
It means your device is not compatible. Not everyone with a Chromebook will be able to enjoy the Bedrock Edition yet, but when the full version arrives, all users will. The date for the full version launch is not known yet. So, we just keep our fingers crossed. Once the full version arrives, it will be available on Google Play Store.
The Minecraft team promises that bugs will not be allowed on the early access version. According to the team, “they will check every creeper hisses, every glow-berry glows, and that every snow-topped mountain can spawn a screaming goat.”
Even if there are some bugs, users are encouraged to let the team know about it so the situation can be dealt with. The team claims that your bug reports will greatly aid in the refining of the game’s performance. Furthermore, these are necessary part of the testing process.
Check out if your Chromebook is included in the early access launch. Visit this page.