Google Play Games for PCs was released to a beta testers earlier this year, allowing users to play a selection of Android games on their Windows PC. However, the initial launch of the beta testing was limited to three regions, including Hong Kong, South Korea, and Taiwan.
The search giant has now announced that its open beta test for Android games on Windows has been expanded to more regions, including Canada, Mexico, Brazil, Indonesia, the Philippines, Malaysia, Singapore, and the US, allowing gamers to pick from titles including 1945 Air Force, Blade Idle, Cookie Run: Kingdom, and Envoy: The King’s Return.
Furthermore, the feature allows gamers to continue their game progress on any platform as it will sync all progress between PCs and mobile. The company made the announcement regarding the extension of the Google Play Games for PCs beta program on their blog post.
Moreover, Google continues to add more titles to Play Games for Windows PCs and there are over 80 games available worldwide for the service at the moment. The company has also been working on adding support for more devices, by reducing the minimum specifications requirement for PC running Windows 10 (or newer) with an integrated graphics card and a quad-core (or better) processor.
Meanwhile, Microsoft itself is working on adding support for Android Apps to Windows 11 in collaboration with Amazon, which includes games and apps from the Amazon Appstore. However, Windows 11 uses a Windows Subsytem for Android from Microsoft, while Google has developed a separate software to enable support for Google Play Games Android Games on Windows PCs.
It is still unclear when Google will expand the feature to more regions or make make a global release for everyone.
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