Google announced native PC games during Google for Gaming Summit

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Over the years, companies have been working on bridging the gap between mobile gaming and PC gaming. For instance, Microsoft announced integration with the Amazon Android App Store in Windows 11. However, that is going away. Well, during Google’s annual Google for Games Developer Summit, the company announced native PC games.

Right now, we are going to hear about more interesting changes coming to Android and other Google services because the company is hosting its annual Developer Summit. During this event, Google announced its plans for the future of Android gaming.

Google announced native PC games

This seems like a bit of an odd announcement, seeing as you can already access Android games via Google Play Games on Windows. Back in 2022, Google started testing this. So, if you download the launcher, you will be able to play certain Android games natively on your Windows computer. However, it appears Google wants to push this even further.

The company announced during the Google for Games Developer Summit that it will be launching several native PC games. So, rather than depending on a launcher, these games will be downloaded directly to your computer. As for the games that will be available for this change, Google mentioned Llineage2M, Genshin Impact, Odin: Rising, and Dragonair: Silent Gods.

It appears that the company is testing the waters with a limited number of games rather than launching the entire initiative. So, we are just going to have to see how the player base responds to this. In any case, if you are curious about trying Google Play for PC, you can go to the official website.

You will have to make sure that you are signed in to your Google account on the computer you want to install the games on. This acts as a launcher, so you will need the application to run the games. It is free to download and free to use. Also, these games have mouse and keyboard support along with controller support, so it will feel just as though you’re playing games meant for PC.

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