Last year, Google announced that a special version of the Google Play Games program would bring Android games to Windows OS next year. According to reports, the app is designed for Windows and will allow Google Play games to operate on Windows laptops, tablets, and PCs.
Now that the first beta has been released, consumers in select areas can sign up for Google Play Games, which allows them to play 12 games on their computer.
Hong Kong, South Korea, and Taiwan were the first to undergo testing. Users in these areas can presently access a limited number of games. A small selection of games, including Asphalt 9, Gardenscapes and Homescapes, as well as a few additional locally available games, are presently available to users in these locations.
Google also revealed the system requirements, which include Windows 10 (v2004), Availability of SSD, Gaming Grade GPU, 8 logical processor cores, 8 GB RAM, 20 GB free disk space, Windows administrator account and Hardware virtualization
Play Games for PC will be released in its whole later this year.