Google wants PC players to play Android games. The company announced its intention to distribute some of the most important games of its mobile platform in Windows during the last ceremony of the Game Awards and this week has begun to do so on a limited pilot test to South Korea, Taiwan and Hong Kong.
Under the name of Google Play Games the company will adapt some of the most famous titles of Google Play to control with keyboard and mouse. The progress and achievements obtained in the Games will be maintained for players who play on several platforms.
The initial catalog is small but in the list are some of the most popular android titles such as Mobile Legends: Bang Bang, Summoners War, State of Survival: The Joker Collaboration and Three Kingdoms Tactics. Google's intention is to expand the catalog and the number of territories in which it will be possible to download the application.
The requirements to play are high. The application recommends an eight-core processor, 8GB of RAM, SSD 20GB and a relatively powerful graphic card, something unexpected taking into account that not all games have the graphic quality that is usually associated with the latest generation PC games, Although there are visually spectacular titles.
Google plans to advance to one of the most important Windows 11 functions, which is the possibility of running Android applications and games natively. Although Microsoft is still giving the latest retouching to this feature, the idea is that soon many of the Android programs and games are compatible.
To achieve it Microsoft, however, it has not even reached Google, but with Amazon, who has its own independent game of games and Android applications for Kindle Fire devices.Date Of Update: 23 January 2022, 16:49