Microsoft promised to bring Android games to Windows 11. Now, Google itself is beating them to the punch by releasing the first beta for Google Play Games for Windows PCs.
The tech giant has released the first beta for Google Play Games for Windows. Sadly, it’s only available in three countries: Taiwan, South Korea, and Hong Kong. Don’t lose hope, as Google promised to add more regions this year.
Windows users from these countries will be available to play Android games on their computers. You can check the list of titles below:
- Asphalt 9: Legends
- Dragon Mania Legends
- Cookie Run: Kingdom
- Cookie Run: Ovenbreak
- Mobile Legends: Bang Bang
- Idle Heroes
- Summoners War
- State of Survival: The Joker Collaboration
- 三國志・戰略版 (Three Kingdoms Tactics)
- Top War: Battle Game
While the service is yet to arrive in countries like the Philippines, the list of supported game titles already looks promising. As you can see, it includes Mobile Legends: Bang Bang, which is one of the biggest mobile games in the market today.
Despite only being mobile game titles, the minimum requirements look a little demanding, which you can check below.
Minimum requirements for Google Play Games for Windows
- Windows 10 (v2004)
- Solid state drive (SSD)
- Gaming-class GPU
- 8 logical cores of CPU
- 8 GB of RAM
- 20 GB of available storage space
- Windows admin account
- Hardware virtualization must be turned on
- Compatible PC device and configuration
The release for the final version is yet to be announced.