Google Play Games launches beta version in 120 regions

Google Play Games launches beta version in 120 regions

As one of the most anticipated releases this year, Google Play has finally released Client PC in most regions. This new program has been heavily hyped for a while, and many people want to be able to play Android mobile games directly on their computers without having to use emulation software, phone streaming, or other complicated options.

Instead of going through the headaches mentioned above, Google Play finally offers PC users a program that allows them to download and play all their favorite Android mobile games directly on their computers. This program is equipped with many different features, one of which is the ability to save cross-platform game progress through a Google account. This is definitely a very important feature for all players.


Users in the US, Europe and Japan have been experiencing the beta version of Google Play Games for a long time, but most of the rest of the world has not yet been able to access this Client. However, as of July 17, the beta will be released in 120 different regions. This program will meet the needs of many gamers to experience mobile gaming smoothly on computers.

Hopefully, Google Play Games will be further developed in the future so that all gamers can stop playing their favorite gacha games on unoptimized emulators and start officially supporting developers. Interested readers can download the Beta version here.

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