Can I play my Google Play Games on PC?

Yesterday we saw videos showing the Windows version of Google Play Games, which will allow players to access Titles optimized by Google of games originally developed for Android on computers. 

Today new videos show more functions of the application in the Microsoft system.

Today's videos are courtesy again of @BakaChocolate user, who is already testing the beta version of Google Play Games for Windows.

Today we see that a menu called Game Options can be accessed just by pressing Shift+Tab with the application open. In it, we have several options of keyboard configuration, language, and the shortcut to run the game full screen.

Also, another video still shows us how is the performance of Android games on Windows, below you can see how Asphalt 9: Legends.

The PC configuration used in the test includes an Intel Core i7-9750H processor, NVIDIA RTX 2060 GPU, and 16GB of DDR4-2667 RAM. In the video, it is possible to notice that there is still audio delay and lag in the commands, but the graphics quality seems satisfactory, even more considering that it is an initial beta version of Google Play Games for Windows.

Google Play Games for Windows: beta version of the app is leaked on Twitter

Windows 11 received support for Android apps in February, and now we have indications that Google is already working on a version of its PC game center: Google Play Games. The app in question was leaked today in a video created by Twitter user @BakaChocolate, who gave it to Mishaal Rahman and posted it on the same social network.

As you can see below, the app still needs some tweaks to its interface to better enjoy a widescreen, since it features the games in a timeline format with videos and images illustrating the catalog.

According to AndroidHeadlines, Google Play Games for Windows is being tested only in 3 markets at the moment: Hong Kong, South Korea, and Taiwan. There is still a waiting list to try out the app, so more information about it should come up soon as the beta version is released.

You can also note that game availability is limited to 24 titles with Asphalt 9: Legends featured at the top of the page.

More titles should be added over time, but it's worth noting that Google is focused on bringing games and apps from its store to Windows after all the apps currently available are provided by the Amazon AppStore and are not fully adapted to Microsoft's system.

Finally, it must be said that the Installer of Google Play Games for PC has already been leaked as well, but it is only possible to use it if you have a Google account from one of the three countries that participate in the tests and is enrolled in the PC beta version of the application. If you do not meet these requirements you will not be able to move past the login screen.

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