XDA is reporting that Google has released a beta version of Google Play for Windows based PC’s. This comes on the heels of a surprise announcement back in December that Google was working on a way for PC users to play Android games.
The beta release was rolled out Tuesday in a limited release within South Korea, Taiwan, and Hong Kong. However, the release is already garnering attention with videos and images emerging online.
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.— Mishaal Rahman (@MishaalRahman) March 13, 2022
Here's a video showing the PC client, courtesy of @BakaChocolate. pic.twitter.com/KBQo0XF4BT
Right now, only a handful of games are available on this release. However, it is anticipated that more will be unveiled during the ongoing ‘Google for Games Developer Summit.’
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