With Google Play Games Beta on PC, you can play mobile games on your Windows computer. If you play games on a PC, you can get better graphics and use a keyboard and mouse. You can sync your progress and earn Play Points whether you play your game on a computer or mobile device.
If you’re eligible, you can download Google Play Games Beta on PC. Learn how to install Google Play Games Beta on PC.
Before you can use Google Play Games on your PC, we check that your computer meets these requirements:
|Minimum requirement||Recommended for better gameplay performance|
|OS||Windows 10 (v2004)||Windows 10 (v2004)|
|Storage||Solid state drive (SSD) with 10 GB of available storage space||Solid state drive (SSD) with 10 GB of available storage space|
|Memory||8 GB of RAM||8 GB of RAM|
|Graphics||IntelⓇ UHD Graphics 630 GPU or comparable||Gaming-class GPU, like Nvidia GeForce MX450|
|Processor||4 CPU physical cores||8 logical cores|
These minimum requirements don’t guarantee the ability to run Google Play Games Beta on PC. Some games have in-game settings, which may allow you to tune performance for your PC.
- During installation, you're asked to turn on Hypervisor.
- Make sure the SSD is set up as the primary drive.
Google Play Games Beta on PC is available in:
- Hong Kong
- United States
More countries/regions will be available soon.
To use Google Play Games Beta on PC, you must:
- Use a personal Google Account
- Be 18 years of age or older
- Some countries or regions may require age verification.
- Have your Play country set in a supported country or region
After the beta ends, the app will be available for more accounts.
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