Google is planning to launch its monthly gaming subscription called Play Pass

Google is planning to launch its monthly gaming subscription to keep up with the competition.

In the current atmosphere of gaming all around the world, It feels like gaming is in Air now. So tech giants like Apple, Google, Microsoft etc are trying to take the advantage of solving the problem of heavy gaming and to make it available for every gamer whether he only owns a single device (phone, laptop, desktop or tv), As we can pretty much predict that the gaming industry is going to be a billions of dollar industry in the near future. So to occupy a share of profit in the gaming industry. Companies like Google, Apple, Microsoft, Nvidia and Sony are heavily investing in gaming.

While Apple has announced to release its library of mobile games called “Apple Arcade” at the end of 2019, Google, on the other hand, has started testing its own gaming service subscription which is named as Play Pass.
Google’s Play Pass subscription service is expected to offer the users hundreds of premium apps and games without the interruption of any ads and in-app purchases. Whereas Apple’s Arcade is only focusing on providing games in the subscription may be, they also offer apps in the future, but for now, they are only offering the games.

According to a tech website Android Police which has got some leaked screenshots from a reader, the Google’s Play Pass would cost users to pay a monthly fee of $4.99 in the US for unlimited access of their premium apps and games. In the screenshot, it was clear that Google is currently testing games like “Knights of the Old Republic,” “Monument Valley,” “Limbo,” “Threes,” “Stardew Valley.”
But still, we have to wait because Google has not officially announced any information regarding their monthly gaming subscription plan for Android users.

After the release of Google Stadia, we all can play High graphics games on low-end systems like PUBG, Apex Legends, CSGO, Cyberpunk 2077 without any interruptions.

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