Linux has many advantages over Windows, but there is one key problem that has kept it from being accepted by mainstream users: games. Few games are willing to support the Linux platform, but Microsoft itself has taken a big step by supporting Linux with Minecraft.
Microsoft today launched Minecraft Bedrock Edition for ChromeOS,It works on Chromebooks and allows cross-device play with friends.
Minecraft developer Mojang actually released a Chromebook-enabled Minecraft Education back in 2020, but instead of requiring a school license or an Office 365 education account to play, Minecraft is now available on Chromebooks that meet minimum specs.
Mojang says users will need to check if their device meets the minimum requirements in the Play store, not to pick players, but to make sure the game is tested before it is opened up to more players.
There is no date yet for the full Minecraft on Crhoebook, the developer is currently trying to eliminate any bugs in the game, which will take time to test.
Chromebooks and ChromeOS are not simply the same as all Linux platforms,But the addition of Minecraft to the Linux extension game support is still importantIf more developers join the platform, Linux games will take off.
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