Your favorite Google Play games could be coming to PC


Google is already rigorously testing a cool new development for Google Play Games on its mobile app store. According to a report by The edge, the tech giant may soon make Google Play games available on Windows PCs alongside smartphones.
This time, the report is more than just a rumor, because Google has officially launched the first beta version of the Google Play application which allows mobile gamers to test their favorite games on a Windows computing platform.
Before you get too excited, though, this beta is currently limited to just three locations: Taiwan, Hong Kong, and South Korea. At these locations, Android users can sign up for Google’s beta program and join a waiting list to play popular titles like Mobile Legends, Summoners War, State of Survival, and Three Kingdoms Tactics on a computer.

While this is certainly exciting news for the mobile gaming community, we don’t know how long it would take for Google Play Games & PC compatibility to reach the US and the rest of the world. In fact, it’s too early to tell if things will even happen at this point, as it’s possible that Google decides to abandon the project at any point along the way.

If things progress, however, it looks like the Google Play Games app will become available as a standalone Windows app, downloaded through the Microsoft Store or directly from the web.

The Google Play Games app on Windows would naturally sync with the mobile app version, as long as it’s on the same account, so players don’t lose any progress when switching from one platform to another. ‘other.

“Gamers can easily browse, download and play their favorite mobile games on their PC while enjoying larger screens with mouse and keyboard inputs,” said Arjun Dayal, Group Product Manager at Google Play Games. . “No more losing your progress or achievements when switching between devices; it just works with your Google Play Games profile!”

We’ll see how far Google will take this new development, and if it really ends up officially joining Amazon and Microsoft’s combined effort to start bridging the gap between the mobile and PC ecosystems.


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