From now on, Google Play Games for PC is entering open beta and will be available for Korea, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Thailand and Australia with a late arrival in Europe, or through a VPN for the most impatient.
At the end of 2021, Google announced that it was working on bringing Android games to PC through its Google Play Games app. After launching a beta, the application was only available for certain regions and you had to join a waiting list to gain access.
While the beta is still only available in certain regions, Google ended up extending access to Thailand and Australia. Today, Google is taking another step towards the full launch of the beta version of Google Play Games removing the limit on the number of players who can use the service in these regions.
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If you live in Korea, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Thailand, or Australia, you can download the app from the Google Play Games homepage. If so, get help from a VPN.
In addition to opening up the beta to more gamers, Google has also made the app more accessible by lowering the PC specs required to use the platform.
The Google Play Games app no longer requires a gaming GPU. All you need is an integrated GPU for example, an Intel UHD Graphics 630 GPU or others. CPU requirements have also been reduced, as only four physical cores are required instead of eight logical cores. Finally, the space required has been reduced by half, going from 20 to 10 GB of SSD storage.
Unfortunately, it’s not yet known when Google plans to release a full version of the app. Google Play Games. However, Google says it will continue to add new features and listen to feedback from developers and gamers.