Today, Google officially launched their new offering for all of premium consumers. Google Play Games is launching in open beta in the US today, allowing anyone to test-drive a selection of Android games on PC. The software was first tested on Windows PCs earlier this year. Today, the beta service expands to cover all 50 states.
The app includes 1945 Air Force, Blade Idle, Cookie Run: Kingdom and Evony: The King’s Return. Using the app, you can transfer your progress between PCs and mobile so you can continue from one platform to another. Although Google has added titles to the Play Games catalog recently, there are only 85 games available worldwide on the service as of now.
Google is always doing their best to help developers and players enjoy games on Google Play. As a result, they’re expanding their platform to new markets so people can experience more of a game’s features and collect more data thanks to the addition of a new feature.
For the moment, Microsoft has killed Google Play Games for good. It partnered up with Amazon instead, offers Amazon’s app store games, and users will have to download apps from Amazon’s Appstore when they are in the latest version of Windows 11. Meanwhile, Google has created its own separate app to bring their Google Play Android games to PC users on Windows 11.
If you’re interested in trying Google Play Games on PC, you can access the app freely right here.