I think U$26,95 is a fair price for developed countries, but in other countries where the economy is not so strong, this price is multiplied by many times, making it too expensive to acquire.
Making a balance in the price could bring more people to play Minecraft since it's impracticable for many people in sub developed countries.
To people criticizing this idea, other games do this type of thing, for example, Cyberpunk 2077 is U$60 that would be R$315 (my currency), but the game here costs R$200 (still expensive but it's not even released yet).
Minecraft costs U$27 that is R$142 in conversion, and that's what you have to pay, which is a lot, especially for kids to ask their parents.
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