Google Play Games for PC is now available to all players in 5 countries.

Google announced today that Google Play Games for PCs, a program that allows users to play Android games on Windows, now available for all users under open beta in South Korea, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Thailand and Australia. The company introduced a limited test earlier this year with players who were interested in trying the platform via waiting list. With new announcements, they don’t need to wait for the invitation.

Google Play selected players in South Korea.

Limited beta first limits selected players in South Korea, Hong Kong and Taiwan with expansion to Thailand and Australia in March.The search giant notes that it also reduces system requirements so that more users can play this game.Beta players who were mandated previously to have a system with at least eight core CPUs, “GPU Game Class” and 20GB of available storage space. Open beta has just reduced this requirement to have four core CPUs, integrated GPUs and 10GB of free storage on the system.

Google Play has more than 50 game titles.

Google said now has more than 50 game titles that are compatible with PCs for Windows users. Players can start playing titles on the PC, then, using the same Google ID on their Android phones, take where they leave.”In recent months, we have more than double the Google Play Games catalog to 50+ titles, which can be played on Windows PC through an independent application built by Google. Our catalog includes many of the most popular mobile games in the world including Summoners War, Cookie Run: Kingdom, Last Fortress: Underground, and Top War. Together, the games are played by hundreds of millions of players globally, “said the company in a blog post.

Google Play and Amazon has partnered with Microsoft.

While Google handles the distribution of Android games on Windows, Amazon has partnered with Microsoft to get an Android application to PC users.. Google said now has more than 50 game titles that are compatible based in the U.S. Can install the Android application via Amazon App Store through the Windows 11 Insider program. Last week, the company expanded the preview to Japan.

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