Minecraft is a title that has managed to evolve in a unique way, turning the game into a tool to educate children around the world. With the current situation of the coronavirus, the company announced that you’re giving away part of their lessonsto help teachers continue to offer distance education.
They clarified that all the free lessons were designed to play so lonely, or accompanied with friends or family. The only requirement is to have with any of the current versions of the title.
“Educators around the world are doing everything possible to provide lessons digital to the 500 million kids not going to school because of the pandemic of COVID-19.”
Classes for most of their versions
These free classes are compatible with Minecraft for the platforms of Bedrock, which is the most common currently available in:
- Kindle Fire
- Windows 10
- Gear VR
- Oculus Rift
- Fire TV
- Xbox One
- Windows ME
- Nintendo Switch
- PlayStation 4
We will have to enter the Minecraft Marketplace and find the section of Minecraft: Education Edition, where we will see different scenarios to explore, to be able to travel a international space station or to explore the interior of a human eyebut all set with the cubes of the game.
When you browse through the different lessons, we will show that they are free. All the worlds are available today and you can download without pay until June 30, 2020.