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Players in South Korea, Taiwan, and Hong Kong will be able to join the beta and have access to several standalone apps from Google on PCs
Popular search engine giant Google has recently made an announcement that it will be launching a limited beta of its latest app to bring games in Android to Windows PCs. As of now, the beta is touted to be launched in South Korea, Taiwan, and Hong Kong, allowing owners of Windows PC to play many popular games like Summoners War, Three Kingdoms Tactics, Mobile Legends, and the State of Survival. Players in South Korea, Taiwan, and Hong Kong will be able to join the beta and have access to several standalone apps from Google on PCs.
Google has promised the users that their experience will be seamless across various devices like tablets, Chromebooks, phones, and Windows PC, suggesting that you can resume games across multiple devices. The product manager for Google Play Games, Arjun Dayal, has stated that players can easily surf, download, and use their favorite mobile games on PCs while taking advantage of mouse and bigger screens. Google play games are also expected to give players Play Points when they play games on PCs. Last month, the tech giant announced that it would be bringing in services to get Android games on PCs, after which the company has rolled out the beta for testing.