By Dervish / Last update January 25, 2022

At TGA last December, Google announced that it would launch the Google Play Games app for PC, allowing Android games to run on the Windows 11 platform.

Today (January 20), the beta version is online for testing, and limited registration is open to players in Hong Kong, China, Taiwan and South Korea.

The first supported games include Mobile Legends, Summoners War, State of Survival, Three Kingdoms Tactics, and more.

According to Google's vision, the purpose of creating the PC version of the Play Games application is to hope that users can achieve a seamless gaming experience on mobile phones, tablets and Windows PCs. Obviously, this is also a new move for the Android ecosystem to bind Windows and Apple's Mac/iOS collaborative challenge.

It is a little regrettable that Google did not disclose which technical framework these Android games can run smoothly on Win11, including the perfect support for keyboard and mouse operations. After all, Win11 has only tested and ran Android Apk for a few months, and the experience of large-scale games is very bad.

In addition, Google has launched a developer website to open up more information and content.

It is worth mentioning that Microsoft issued an official statement on January 20 saying that it will acquire Activision Blizzard in all cash at a price of $95 per share, with a transaction value of up to $68.7 billion.

When the deal closes, Microsoft will become the third-largest gaming company in the world by revenue, behind Tencent and Sony, and owns Activision, Blizzard and King Studio as well as the franchises of their titles , including World of Warcraft, Diablo, Overwatch, Call of Duty, and Candy Crush Saga. This made God close Blizzard's door and open another Windows.