Monday, June 17, 2024

Google expands gaming platform to include PH

Tech giant Google has announced that its Google Play Games beta on PC is now available in more markets including the Philippines – expanding the platform beyond mobile gaming while bringing new games for everyone to play on their PCs.

Announced earlier this year, Google Play Games was initially available for a limited market in Korea, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Thailand, and Australia. Google’s goal was to gather early feedback to continue to improve the product to fit the needs of players and developers around the world.

Now, the platform is available for download in more countries including the US, Canada, Mexico, Brazil, Indonesia, Philippines, Malaysia, and Singapore.

 “Our broader goal continues to be meeting players where they are and giving them access to their games on as many devices as possible. Players participating in the beta have expressed excitement at being able to seamlessly play their favorite games across their phones, tablets, Chromebooks and PCs,” said Arjun Dayal, director of Google Play Games.

“Additionally, since launching earlier this year we have made significant strides to reach even more players by reducing the minimum spec requirements to PCs running Windows 10+ with an integrated graphics card and 4+ core CPU.”

The company said Google Play Games now offers a growing selection of games that can be played on the platform. This provides players with more variety and flexibility to play their games across devices including phones, tablets, Chromebooks and PCs.

Gamers can now try their hand at popular match-3 games Homescapes and Gardenscapes, fight for supremacy in Summoners War, and test your driving skills in Asphalt 9: Legends.

Other exciting games are also available such as Township, Cookie Run: Kingdom, State of Survival: Zombie War, and Hungry Shark Evolution. 

“We’re thrilled to expand our platform to more markets for players to enjoy their favorite games on Google Play. As we move towards a full release, we will continue to add new features and evaluate developer and player feedback,” Dayal said.


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