Android Games on Windows

Finally, Android Games on Windows without an emulator will soon become a reality thanks to the latest update to Google Play Games app. Long story short you would no longer need third-party emulators like BlueStacks to play Android games on your Windows PC.

After the latest update, The app will sync your games across all your Android devices. By this, we mean that you will be able to pick up from where you left. This is possible because you have to sign in to your Google account.

Easily play Android Games on Windows

As Android games are optimized for smaller screens, they will include several tweaks to improve your Android gaming experience on PC. Google will let you use your mouse and keyboard as controls. That way, you can even gain some advantage relative to using touch controls.

Google Play Games for Windows also improves the graphics to suit the larger screen. And You’ll have to meet several system requirements before you can run Android games on your computer. Your Windows machine should have an SSD with at least 20 GB of free storage space, 8GB of RAM.

Along with eight logical CPU cores, a Windows admin account, at least Windows 10 (v2004), and hardware virtualization must be on.

The official launch will vary by region. The Google Play Games Windows app is currently in beta and only available in three Asian countries (Hong Kong, South Korea, and Taiwan). Google plans to expand the beta to other regions in 2022.

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