Minecraft: Bedrock Edition is now available for Chromebooks, Google announced on Wednesday, following the launch of an early access version in March. The official Chromebook release makes the game even more widely available — and thanks to included crossplay functionality, you can play with your friends on other platforms.
You can get the game now on the Play Store for ChromeOS. It costs $19.99 in a bundle that comes with the Android version, but if you already have the Android version, you can upgrade to the Chromebook version for $13. Google says Minecraft on Chromebooks will work with all Chromebooks released “in the last three years,” and you can see minimum and recommended specs on a Minecraft support site.
The Chromebook-compatible edition of Minecraft includes the new Trails and Tales update, which also came out on Wednesday. The update adds a whole bunch of new stuff to the game, including a cherry grove biome and the ability to ride a camel.