All Windows users will be surprised by a revelation made at this year’s Game Awards. All games on the Google Play Store will have native compatibility for Windows 10 and 11 next year, according to a Google official. In summary, Android games will soon be available on Windows.
Microsoft has previously partnered with Amazon for their Android apps on Windows 11, so it was only a matter of time before Google followed suit.
Amazon made an official announcement in conjunction with Microsoft, but Google looks to be doing it on its own. The spokesperson did not share much about this development, but he did mention that the games will be available through a Google app tailored to Windows 10 and 11.
There will also be a feature of continuity. For example, if you were playing a game on your Android phone, you can continue playing on your PC right where you left off. This means that your gaming progress will be synchronised across all of your devices.
More details will be released soon, according to Google. We hope that this trend will continue beyond games and that one day we will be able to observe it in all app categories.