Google Play Games for PC beta has been officially announced in India allowing Windows users to play Android games. The open beta test for Android games on Windows is already accessible in 50 nations and has been expanded to more than 60 regions across the world. With this addition, there would be 120 altogether.
Google Play Games beta is now accessible to users in India, according to the internet search behemoth. Mobile games are playable on PCs, Chromebooks, tablets, phones, and other mobile devices for beta testers. Both English and Hindi users in India have access to this.
Players can browse, download, and play mobile games on their PCs using Google Play Games for PC, which enables users to take advantage of larger screens and greater controls with mouse and keyboard inputs. Due to the fact that game libraries and progress are synced between devices, players can also take up where they left off.
In addition to India, Google is introducing Play Games beta in over 60 additional areas. With this, gamers in more than 120 regions can now access the Google Play Games beta on PCs.
According to Arjun Dayal, Director of Product for Google Play Games, the business has collaborated with developers from around the world to bring their amazing games to bigger displays for players everywhere.
Note that the Google Play Games for PCs was released to beta testers as part of a limited beta earlier last year. Since its debut last year, Google has added hundreds of new games to the Google Play Games library, all of which have been enhanced for larger displays and have better controls. In addition to internationally famous games like Eversoul, Lords Mobile, and Evony: The King’s Return, players may access well-known titles from Indian creators like Ludo King and Hitwicket Games.
Google has also included multiple new features like keyboard remapping and lowered the minimum PC spec requirements to make Google Play Games more widely available and customizable for our users
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