Hi everyone, I need help on something I can't understand. I would like to buy minecraft (standard version) for my 7-year-old daughter, who is passionate about the game. I have an xbox one and a pc. I have currently downloaded the trial version from the official website on my windows 10 computer. If I bought the version for xbox one, can I play it with the same account on the windows 10 computer, or do I have to buy two different versions? I can't understand it, thanks to those who can help me!
If you bought java edition, no, but if you bought bedrock it should be fine.
Also, the trial version doesn't have an account, and the Xbox one edition is only available via CDs. (there is a trial, though)
also, if you bought bedrock, the only way you can import worlds is via a USB, which is quite tedious, and the only thing that will be saved is multiplayer progress. (you can't add server lists on an Xbox though) She'll need an online world to save world progress across devices, and that will cost 10 USD a month.
The only version with a trial is java and xbox one, java being on PCs and xbox one being the legacy console version of xbox one Minecraft. (it no longer gets updates, and has never received the aquatic update, and probably never will. So, unless you're nostalgic, get bedrock from the Microsoft store)