Free Minecraft: Windows 10 Edition Beta

Good News Minecrafter! As announced at MINECON 2015 a few weeks ago, Mojang will soon launch Minecraft: Windows 10 Edition Beta on July 29.

Players who already own Minecraft for PC/Mac version will get this new version for FREE! Those who don’t own Minecraft on PC or Mac can buy the Windows 10 Edition at the discounted price of $10 during the Beta.

Mojang have listed down the step to obtain the Windows 10 Edition Beta.

Step 1:

Log in to your account

Step 2:
click the “Redeem” button on your account page, sign into your Microsoft account, and follow the instructions that follow.

Minecraft: Windows 10 Edition Beta will be available for download in the Windows 10 Store.

Related Product Links:
Minecraft Game Card & Monthly Subscription
PlayStation Network Gift Cards
Xbox Live Gift Cards

Source: Mojang

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