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Google Play Games for PC enters public beta and expands to other markets

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Google has launched the open beta of Google Play Games for PC in the US. The tech giant made the announcement in a blog post Wednesday and said the beta is also available for download in seven other countries, including Canada, Mexico, Brazil, Indonesia, Philippines, Malaysia and Singapore.

Google Play Games for PC provides access to over 85 Android titles, including 1945 Air Force, Blade Idle, Cookie Run: Kingdom, and Evony: The King’s Return. The app has a cross-progression feature that allows you to sync your game progress with any other Android device, no matter where you are in a particular game.

“We’re excited to expand our platform to more markets so players can enjoy their favorite games on Google Play,” said Arjun Dayal, director of Google Play Games. “As we move toward full release, we’ll continue to add new features and evaluate feedback from developers and players.”

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In January, Google Play Games for PC was rolled out to Microsoft Windows PCs in a limited beta in Hong Kong, South Korea and Taiwan after the company announced the app at The Game Awards 2021. Seven months later, Google turned the app into an open beta and expanded it to Australia and Thailand.

To access the Google Play Games open beta for PC, your computer must meet the following requirements. It must be running Windows 10 (v2004) or later, have a 4-core CPU, 8 GB of RAM, an SSD with 1 GB of storage, and an Intel UHD Graphics 630 GPU card or equivalent.

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Elizabeth Haire
Elizabeth Haire
Elizabeth Haire is in charge of coverage for laptops and desktops, and he stays current on the most recent developments in the gaming and technology industries. You can find him enjoying video games, watching social media, and waiting for the next Marvel movie when he isn't writing about technology.

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