Google Play Games PC has been launched in open beta in the United States. The beta has also been released in seven other countries where gamers will be able to enjoy their favorite mobile titles on PC. Earlier this year, Google announced that they will be bringing their Play Games service to PC in a limited release. The service was launched in Hong Kong, South Korea, and Taiwan. At that time it was also confirmed that the service will be extended to the rest of the world very soon.
Google followed its release roadmap and released the limited beta to Australia and Thailand a few months later. The minimum spec requirements to run Play Games PC on your computer are a Windows 10+ OS version and an integrated graphics card and a 4+ core CPU. Interested players can download the beta here.
Google Play Games PC beta supports several games and players can sync their progress data between PC and Mobile
Currently the Play Games beta supports the following games: 1945 Air Force, Blade Idle, Cookie Run: Kingdom, and Evony: The King’s Return. The app allows players to sync their progress data between PCs and mobile. This feature is very useful since it will help players to resume their gameplay right from where they left off. As of now, 85 games are available but Google has promised that it will continue to expand the library.
Arjun Dayal, director of Google Play Games has said, “We’re thrilled to expand our platform to more markets for players to enjoy their favorite games on Google Play. As we move towards a full release, we will continue to add new features and evaluate developer and player feedback.”
Google has reaffirmed that its main goal is to give gamers around the world access to their favorite games on all devices.
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