Google Play Games for PC beta will soon get 4K and Xbox controller support

Robert Collins

Google Play Games for PC beta will soon get some major enhancements in the form of 4K support and compatibility with a range of console controllers, including Xbox One and Series X|S ones.

Sony’s DualSense controller for PS5 and DualShock controller for PS4 will also be supported. Note that this new controller compatibility apparently only applies “for select games on compatible devices,” according to the blog post from Google Play Games Director of Product Arjun Dayal.

A new search feature under the “All Games” section should make finding the game you are looking for easier. And that catalog of Google Play Games for PC beta is always expanding too, with Clash of Clans and Clash Royale coming soon.

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Google Play Games for PC beta launched in early 2022 and is now available in a total of 56 countries including the United States, Canada, Mexico, New Zealand and the European territory.

The program beta allows users to play Android games on their Windows and Chromebook PCs. Players can even sync their Google Play Games for PC game progress and library across devices, and can even earn Google Play Points by playing games.

Featured image via Chromeunboxed.