Minecraft: Check Out the Official Trailer for Java & Bedrock Edition

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Those numerous folks who choose to remain Minecraft fans even in 2022 now have the chance to get their hands on the Java Edition and Bedrock Edition package deal for Windows PCs. One of the top three best-selling games in history, Minecraft, is going through some interesting changes even nowadays.

If you’re talented when it comes to creating mods and skins for Minecraft, you should know that the developers of the game have thought about you! The Java Edition will allow you to implement your own mods and skins into Minecraft.

Java and Bedrock Edition has been out since June 7 on PC

The developers made the announcement via the official Minecraft website that the Java and Bedrock Edition was released on June 7 for those who prefer playing the game on PC.

If you’re into marketplace content, as many Minecraft players are, it’s great to know that the Bedrock Edition is dedicated to exploring such content as much as you like!

The description of the video is the following:

Create, explore, survive, repeat. Get Minecraft: Java Edition and Bedrock Edition as a package deal for Windows! With Minecraft: Java & Bedrock Edition, you can easily switch between games using the unified launcher and cross-play with any current edition of Minecraft.
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The other two best-selling games in history, except for Minecraft, are GTA 5 and Tetris. This trio is obviously surprising to a lot of people, but perhaps the gaming world works in mysterious ways.

Minecraft has even been taught in school, and it’s actually the best-selling video game of all time. It was sold as about 238 million copies worldwide.

You can run Minecraft on numerous platforms, such as PC, PS4, Xbox One, Linux, PS3, Xbox 360, Nintendo Switch, iOS, Android, Apple TV, Fire OS, and more.

Cristian Antonescu
Cristian is in love with technology as many of us. He has a vast experience as a content writer in the field. He's involved especially in the gaming area, where he covers the latest news in open-world, role-playing, and first-person shooter titles.