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Microsoft will shut down its AR version of Minecraft, Minecraft Earth, in June. The company is giving players one final, free content update before then.
Mojang's original version of Minecraft, which millions play, will now require a Microsoft to play for security's sake, Microsoft says.
Microsoft has ported Minecraft: Education Edition to Chromebooks, though administrators and users will need an Office 365 for Education account to play it without restrictions.
Microsoft has taken some of the greatest hits of its Minecraft: Education Edition and made them available to Minecraft players, for free, until the end of June.
Microsoft's augmented-reality version of Minecraft is now yours to try out for iOS and Android.
Microsoft's smash sandbox is expanding to more schools, and teachers claim real benefits.
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