Google is bringing Android games to Windows 10 and 11 soon

is planning to bring games to Windows OS next year through a new special version of the Play Games app. The app will be built exclusively for Windows and will allow games from the Google Play ecosystem to run on Windows laptops, tablets, and PCs.

According to reports, the app will allow seamless switching between phones, tablets, Chromebooks, and Windows PCs, allowing users to play their favorite titles from on more devices than ever before. Games can be played and resumed on cross devices after playing on one and the other.

built the app entirely on its own, without any partnership with Microsoft, BlueStacks, or any other emulator. It’s unknown which technology is being used to emulate apps on Windows. All we know is that games will be running locally and not streaming from the cloud as it happens on android devices.

The Play Games app will also be distributed by Google and support Windows 10 and up, with no special integration with the OS. Microsoft’s apps virtualization only supports Windows 11, older Windows 10 versions will also be able to run games from Android. does not seem to be interested in running standard Android apps on Windows though.

promised a release sometime in 2022.

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