Google Play Games beta now available to some Galaxy Books owners
Google promised to deliver deeper integration of Android apps with Windows and is now launching the beta program for its Google Play Games. The company is sending out invites to Samsung Galaxy Book owners in Hong Kong, South Korea and Taiwan.
The beta for Google Play Games for PC is now available! Google announced the beta test in January for three markets (Hong Kong, South Korea, and Taiwan), and I'm told it recently went live. Here's a video showing the PC client, courtesy of @BakaChocolate. pic.twitter.com/KBQo0XF4BT— Mishaal Rahman (@MishaalRahman) March 13, 2022
A Twitter post shows the interface of Google Play Games on Windows along with some of the supported titles as not all games are supported at launch. You can expect most of the popular games to be playable on your PC, though.
Google also revealed the minimum requirements for running those Android games. Windows 10, an SSD with at least 20GB of free space and one of the approved gaming GPUs on this list.
- 17 Mar 2022
Nothing yet I don't know
- 16 Mar 2022
This actually matters a lot for budget pc gamers with igpu . I hope Google's ram management is better . This has a lot of potential in developing countries . Thanks Google
- 16 Mar 2022
I don't expect proper games like pubgm codm available worldwide on windows ummido l until 2025.