Google stated at the Game Awards 2021 that Google Play games would be available on Windows PCs. This will give PCs access to a huge library of games,
including the top Android apps. We’re curious whether any Windows Central readers plan to play Android games on their computers.
“Starting in 2022, users will be able to play their favourite Google Play games on additional devices: smoothly moving between a phone, tablet, Chromebook, and, eventually,
Windows PCs,” according to Greg Hartrell, Product Director of Games on Android and Google Play.
“This Google-built product delivers the best of Google Play games to even more laptops and desktops,
We’re excited to expand our platform so that gamers can play their favourite Android games even more.”
Google hasn’t revealed much information about how these games will work on PCs. In 2022,
we may expect a Google Play games app to be accessible on Windows 11 and Windows 10.
Rather of being streamed, titles will run natively. Google declined to comment on the software that allows Android games to run on Windows,
But it did not collaborate with Microsoft or other firms like BlueStacks.
The Windows Subsystem for Android is Microsoft’s solution for enabling Android apps to operate on PCs.
The Microsoft Store currently only supports Android applications from the Amazon Play Store. The Amazon Play Store has a significantly lower assortment of games than the Google Play Store.
Sideloading Android apps onto Windows is possible, but it comes with its own set of restrictions.