Chromebooks Get a Major Gaming Boost: Now You Can Play Minecraft Without Streaming
In a recent announcement on June 7, 2023, Google has brought thrilling news for Chromebook users and gaming enthusiasts alike. According to an official blog post from Google, Minecraft: Bedrock Edition is now downloadable through the Google Play Store on Chromebooks, allowing for native gameplay. Furthermore, the Minecraft Marketplace and the ability to play in Realms are also included in this release. What’s even better is that this availability extends to all Chromebooks released within the past three years, bringing joy to owners of older models as well.
Additionally, the crossplay functionality enables players to enjoy Minecraft with others across different platforms, including Android, Xbox, PlayStation, Nintendo Switch, and Windows PCs. Users can engage in various online modes such as Creative mode and Survival mode through crossplay, along with accessing the new Trails & Tales update and all its content.