After a long wait, you will now be able to play Android games on PC, thanks to the Google Play Games on PC functionality.
Right now, the stand-alone app is in limited beta in Taiwan, South Korea and Hong Kong, with more regions to follow after the testing.
Coming a year after the announcement, this app will let you download and play Android games on your PC, like the popular Mobile Legends: Bang Bang title, then resume progress anytime on your phone, Chromebook or tablet.
With achievements linked to your profile, you can seamlessly switch between devices.
The games will be optimized for bigger PC screens and support mouse and keyboard inputs.
You’ll also be able to earn Google Play Points when buying these apps on PC.
To be among the first who plays Android games on PC, you’ll have to sign up to the beta program and join the waitlist here.
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