The news was announced at the 2021 Game Awards by host Jeff Kelly and although there isn’t a great deal of additional information available just yet, the promise is that you’ll be able to play your favorite mobile games on your Windows PC, so… It looks like Google is not going to hold back on bringing out its best titles for cross-platform play.
According to Greg Hartrell, Product Manager for Google Play Games, users will be able to seamlessly switch between their Android smartphone and Windows PC just as easily as they can currently choose how to play on a Chromebook or tablet.
“Google Play has helped billions of people find and play their favorite games across multiple platforms including on mobile devices, tablets and ChromeOS,” Hartrell said, adding that Google’s new initiative “brings the best Google Play games to more laptops and desktops, and we’re thrilled Expanding our platform for gamers to enjoy more of their favorite Android games.
During the awards, Keighley added that you’ll be able to move games from your pocket to your desktop and pick up smoothly where you left off. Games on Chromebooks haven’t always provided the best experience because Chrome OS isn’t really designed for gaming, and many lower-end Chromebooks are marketed for work and study. So Google Play Games support on Windows PC promises to be a real game changer.
It’s not clear at the moment the minimum specifications that Windows PCs can share, but Hartrell promises Google will have more to share soon, so stay tuned for those details as they become available.
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