You can now purchase Minecraft: Bedrock Edition from the Google Play Store on Chromebook, which includes access to 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. For the smoothest gameplay experience, check the recommended device specifications linked on the Minecraft website.
With cross-play functionality on Minecraft on Chromebooks, you can team up with friends across multiple devices, including Android, Xbox, PlayStation, Nintendo Switch and Windows computers. Cross-play lets you play in Creative mode with unlimited blocks and team up on epic builds, or hunt for resources together in Survival mode, crafting tools to fend off danger. (Cross-play requires a Microsoft account.)
You can now play the newly announced Trails & Tales update on Chromebooks. The update features new mobs, new blocks and new items to transform your Overworld and meet a sniffer, brush for pottery shards or adventure for armor trims. The new update also comes with new features including the ability to share camel rides with friends and leave each other messages with the new, editable hanging signs.
We want to make it easy for people with Android devices to play Minecraft both on their phones and their Chromebooks’ larger screens. When you get the game on Chromebook, you can also download the game at no additional cost on your Android device with the same Google account. If you already own Minecraft for Android and you’re logged in to the same Google account on Chromebook, you can get Minecraft for Chromebook today at a discounted price.
We can’t wait for people to build, create and play on Minecraft on Chromebook. Visit the Google Play Store on your Chromebook today to get started.