Minecraft officially launches for Chromebooks

: Bedrock Edition is now available for , 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.

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