The service was first introduced in over 50 countries and is now being extended to an additional 60 countries, including Argentina and South Africa, making it available in a total of more than 120 countries.
Since its initial launch in 2022, the project has progressively expanded its reach to various regions, such as Australia, New Zealand, Japan, Hong Kong, Singapore, and Europe, over the past few months.
To access Google Play Games on PC, you must have a PC running Windows 10 with at least 4 CPU physical cores, 10GB of available storage on a solid-state drive (SSD), an Intel UHD Graphics 630 GPU or equivalent, and 8GB of RAM.
It’s important to note that these requirements may be subject to change during the final release, as the program is currently in beta. Google announced on Friday that users in India can access the service in both English and Hindi.
Players will also need a Windows admin account with hardware virtualization enabled to enjoy the games.
In addition to the existing titles such as “Eversoul,” “Lords Mobile,” and “Evony: The King’s Return,” users will now have access to Indian titles like “Ludo King” and “Hitwicket Games.” Overall, Google offers over 100 titles through this program.
Users can synchronize their game progress across various devices, including Android phones, tablets, Chromebooks, and PCs. Last year, Google began testing keyboard controls for select Android games on ChromeOS.
Furthermore, in March, Google launched an emulator to facilitate quick debugging for game developers.
Additionally, the company provides integration with Android Studio, allowing developers to make adjustments and deploy their games seamlessly.
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