Android games are getting bigger, not only in terms of size but also in terms of quality. Some games offer console-quality graphics, and we often we want them to play on a bigger screen with better-specced devices. Well, after the successful launch of Google Play Games for PC in a few regions, Google has expanded its availability across Europe and New Zealand.
After a recent expansion in Japan, Google Play Games Beta for PC is now available for Samsung Galaxy Book and other Windows PC owners in all of Europe and New Zealand. According to a report by 9to5Google, the Google Play Games Beta for PC is now available in 42 new countries, totaling availability in 56 countries.
You won't be able to use your gaming controller with Google Play Games Beta for PC
Do note that not every European nation is getting the Google Play Games Beta for PC, but it will be available in the majority of them. Google Play Games currently supports over 100 games, including titles such as 1945 Air Force, Blade Idle, and Cookie Run: Kingdom. Google will add more games to its portfolio as time and service expand across the globe.
As far as the minimum computer requirements are concerned, you need your PC to be running Windows 10, have an SSD with at least 10GB of storage available, an Intel UHD Graphics 630 GPU, a 4-core CPU, and at least 8GB of RAM. You need to have Windows admin access in order to turn on the hardware virtualization feature. Moreover, controllers do not work with Google Play Games for PC for now, as the games are currently only optimized for keyboard use.
You can download Google Play Games Beta for PC from here. Here's the complete list of new countries that now support Google Play Games Beta for PC:
- San Marino
- Bosnia and Herzegovina
- Czech Republic
- Netherlands + Netherlands Antilles
- United Kingdom