Google Play Games With Lower System Requirements Are All Set For Launch In More Countries Starting Today

If you happen to be an enthusiast of Google Play Games, well, we’ve got some great news for you. The tech giant was seen making an announcement in this regard and how they’re all set to be launched in a few more countries starting today.

And the best bit has to be related to how they’re going to be functioning with lower system requirements when compared to previous versions.

We saw this service launch back in the month of March this year, when citizens in Hong Kong, Taiwan, and Korea could take advantage. But now, the latest update has to do with launches taking place in Thailand, Australia, and beyond.

While the gaming service currently stands at Beta, we’re hearing more news about how Google is making major improvements to help make it easier to access through Windows.

Also, the fact that this app would be functioning with lower requirements on systems means there will be more hardware configurations supporting them.

For starters, we know users won’t be needing dedicated GPUs for the games to run on Google Play. Therefore, any device having a GPU link will perform at its best.

Even if the integrated version is a few years old, it won’t make a difference. Hence, regular PCs should do just fine.

Google has also outlined a change in CPU requirements, this way, you’ll only be needing a few physical cores, instead of the usual 8.

At the same time, there is plenty of talk about how Google is working hard at making a full release for its games on Windows. The storage requirements are considerably less so you can make full use of the leisure with less storage. Think along the lines of just 100GB, instead of the usual 20GB that was needed in the past.

The search engine giants want their games to be accessible on both smart devices and PCs and with such protocols in place, we see many users playing their favorites with ease.

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