Google has launched the beta version of its video games platform, Play Games, for PC users in India. The beta programme is currently available in English and Hindi and users can play mobile games across their phones, tablets, Chromebooks and PCs.
This is a significant move for Google, as it opens up the gaming platform to a wider audience in India. The platform allows users to play their favorite mobile games on a larger screen with a keyboard and mouse, which can provide a more immersive gaming experience.
The beta programme is currently available to a limited number of users but Google plans to expand it to more users in the coming months. There are also various benefits of playing on PC like users will get better graphics and performance, players can enjoy mobile games on a larger screen with a keyboard and mouse etc.
In addition to the launch of Google Play Games on PC, Google has also been making a number of other moves in the gaming space in recent months. The company has integrated UPI Lite into Google Pay, which makes it easier for Indian users to pay for in app purchases.
Google has also added nine Indian languages to its generative AI chatbot Bard which can now help users with gaming related tasks such as finding tips and tricks for their favorite games.
These moves suggest that Google is serious about competing in the gaming market in India. With the launch of Google Play Games on PC, this search engine giant is making it easier for Indian gamers to enjoy their favorite games on a larger screen. This is a welcome move for gamers in India and it will be interesting to see how the beta programme is received by users.