Google Play Games beta has been on PC for a few months, but now it’s spreading to more regions.
Earlier in the year, Google started testing the ability to play Android games on PC. Today, the beta is launching in more regions, expanding to the United States, Canada, Mexico, Brazil, Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, and Singapore.
As you can probably imagine, there is a wide range of games available for Android, and being able to play them on your PC opens up a world of new experiences for you. While testing is currently limited to a small sample of the total games available, it’s really interesting to be able to play games on a phone, tablet, Chromebook, and now PC. In addition to expanding the beta to more regions, Google has also worked to reduce Minimum PC Requirements.
So, if you want to try and play games in beta, you will need, at a minimum, a Windows 10 PC, or a solid-state drive (SSD) with at least 10GB of free space, and RAM ) 8GB, Intel UHD Graphics 630 GPU or something equivalent, CPU with four physical cores, Administrator account access on Windows and running hardware virtualization. Now, Google states that it cannot guarantee that games will run with minimal configuration, only that its service will work.
While this last warning may not prove trustworthy, it won’t hurt to try it out on your PC. If it works, you can try Google Play Games on your PC. If not, you can always go back to playing it on your phone or tablet. Of course, this is not the only option available to run Android apps on PC, as Microsoft recently experimented with the Windows subsystem for Android on Windows 11. If you are interested in trying out Google’s gaming solution on PC, you can head over to the Google Play Games Site to sign up.
source: Google Android Developers BlogAnd the