A while back, Google announced that it would let Google Play users access their favorite gaming titles via desktop computers, via the Google Play Games for PC Beta program. It’s been quite some time now since the initial unveiling of the service, and it looks like we’re getting some pretty big updates soon.
Google says that it has taken feedback from gamers and devs, and rolled out some snazzy new features to improve the beta program. For one, hundreds of games have now been made available to the catalog, Cookie Run: Kingdom, Eversoul, Summoners War, Homescapes, Evony: The King’s Return, Call of Dragons, Arknights, and more recently Free Fire Max.
With regards to Free Fire Max, Google says that the title is now available for users in Malaysia and Taiwan, and will be making its way to more regions in the following weeks. Of course, save syncing between different devices is supported, as long as you have the same account signed in.
Google adds that it’s opened its beta program to more than 60 new regions across Europe, Latin America, and Asia Pacific. This means that up to 120 countries that can now access the service. More PCs can now access the service as well (although compatibility might vary).
Google has also added keyboard remapping functionality, so users can now further customize their control inputs when playing.