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Google Play Games for PC is now available to all players in five countries

Google reported today that Google Play Games for PC, a program that allows clients to play Android games on Windows, is presently accessible to all clients under an open beta in South Korea, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Thailand and Australia. The organization presented a restricted test recently with intrigued players getting to evaluate the stage through a shortlist. With the new declaration, they won’t need to hang tight for a greeting.

The restricted beta previously limited select players in South Korea, Hong Kong and Taiwan with development to Thailand and Australia in March.

The inquiry goliath noticed that it is likewise decreasing framework necessities so more clients can play these games.

The previous beta commanded players to have a framework with essentially an eight-center CPU, a “gaming-class GPU” and 20GB of accessible extra room. The new open beta decreases these prerequisites to having a four-center CPU, a coordinated GPU and 10GB of free stockpiling on the framework.

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Google said it currently has in excess of 50 PC-viable game titles for Windows clients. Players can begin playing a title on a PC, then, utilizing a similar Google ID on their Android telephone, take up where they left out.

“Over the most recent couple of months, we have dramatically increased our Google Play Games list to 50+ titles, which can be played on Windows PCs by means of an independent application worked by Google. Our index remembers a considerable lot of the most famous portable games for the world including Summoners War, Cookie Run: Kingdom, Last Fortress: Underground, and Top War. Together, these games are played by a huge number of players worldwide,” the organization said in a blog entry.

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