Google (GOOGL.US,GOOG.US) will add more PC games to its Play game store.

  This week, Google (GOOGL.US,GOOG.US) will hold the Google for Games Developer Summit and release a series of news related to Google Play service. One of the most important news is to add more PC games to the Google Play game service.

  Google Play Games was first launched at the end of 2021, providing a way for Windows 10 and 11 gamers to play Android games on their desktops or laptops. In a blog post released today (March 12th), Google revealed that the Play Games service will be expanded by providing a series of actual PC games. At present, the games that have been added include heaven 2M, Odin: Rising Varhala, The Original God and Dragon’s Breath: Silent.

  Just a few days before Google announced the addition of PC games to Play Games, Microsoft (MSFT.US) announced that it would stop supporting Windows Subsystem for Android, providing another way for Android games to run on Windows 11.

  In addition, Google also revealed some new features of the upcoming Google Play Pass. Google Play Pass was first launched in 2019, offering a selection of Android games, which can be played by paying once a month. Google said that from today, some Play Pass users will be able to access special game props and discounts of some games. These games include EA SPORTS FC Mobile, endless duel and monopoly Go.

  In addition, the standard Google Play store will add access to YouTube videos for some games, which will appear in the store list and the main page of the game. In addition, some games that contain in-game advertisements will now add interactive elements.

  Android game developers who use the Play Games service can now use a variety of login options. Any progress and achievements made by players in the game can be logged in and accessed on other devices through the same account.