A couple of months ago, it was announced that users will be able to enjoy Android applications on their Windows 11 PCs.
Google is already launching its beta version of Android games on Windows PCs but at that moment it will be available only in three countries – Hong Kong, South Korea, and Taiwan. Users will be able to play games such as “Mobile Legends” or “State of Survival” on their computers.
In order to be provided with an access to the beta version, players need to sign up. Arjun Dayal, group product manager for Google Play Games, says:
“Players can easily browse, download, and play their favorite mobile games on their PCs while taking advantage of larger screens with mouse and keyboard inputs.”
He also added:
“No more losing your progress or achievements when switching between devices; it just works with your Google Play Games profile!”
It will also include a Play Points option which can be earned while playing. However, still we don’t know the technology which the company is using in order to provide Android games running on Windows PCs.