Minecraft fans must be wondering how they can play the game on their Chromebooks and if it is possible.
Minecraft has been one of the most played games in the last decade and, in recent months, its popularity has grown quite exponentially. The massive adoption of the game by content creators and live streamers attracts tons of new players on a daily basis.
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The developers have ensured that the popularity of the game continues to rise by frequently adding new things to the game. We received two major updates this year, which are both parts of the Caves and Cliffs Update. While the former added axolotls, bright squid, and goats, the latter made some significant changes in the world generation. More things are in the pipeline for the game, so you can expect new and exciting content in the days to come.
How to download and play Minecraft on Chromebook
# Method 1- Using Minecraft Education Edition
The easiest method to play Minecraft on a Chromebook is to use Minecraft Education Edition. This version of Minecraft is designed specifically for Chromebook users and helps them in a number of ways. Note that there are only ten free logins and after that, players need to get a subscription to continue playing. However, there is a catch. Your school administrator should have enabled Google Play for this to work. After that, you can follow the steps below.
- Go to Settings and enable Play Store
- Search and download Minecraft Education Edition from the Play Store
# Method 1- Using Minecraft Java Edition
If Linux support is enabled on your device, you can follow the steps below.
- Power on the Linux development environment from setup.
- Open the terminal from the search bar.
- Update to the latest build by typing “sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get upgrade -y” in terminal.
- Download the Debian version of Minecraft from here.
- Move it to Linux files in the files app.
- Open the installation file and Minecraft will install on your device.
- Go to Search and launch Minecraft Launcher from there.
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