Google Play Store is home to hundreds of applications and games, many of which you might not find themselves. Many of them might not even be interested in trying because the price label was upfront attached. As a promotional strategy as a source of income added well for Google and developers, Google Play Pass offers this Android experience for free with monthly cost rewards. The subscription service, clearly intended to rival the Apple Arcade, has now expanded its range both in the number of countries available in and the number of games offered.
Like the subscription service and digital distribution, Google Play Pass is limited to several countries. Both because of market or legal considerations, it only developed a little with a little to several countries. However, today’s update, bring the largest addition of 48 countries to the list which, unfortunately, only a total number 90.
As for new games, Google mentions some leading highlights, such as Evoland 2 which will usually cost $ 6.99 if purchased separately. The RPG series makes a name for itself for almost historical game development perspectives that take players through various stages and genres in the game.
In addition to making free paid games, the Google Play Pass also goes with purchases and advertisements in the application for free games. It includes, in this batch, a full moon night, a card game based on Little Red Riding Hood Lore, as well as a polytopia battle battle builder. All in all, Google boasts that it has added more than 40 games to a collection since April 1, and it’s not a joke.
Strangely, Google does not highlight or mention new applications added to a list that is not a game. Unlike Apple Arcade, Google Play Pass should include “Regular” Android applications, often for productivity but the latter category is relatively small and hardly gets attention. Google so far also remained silent on the recent incident where one of the applications added the play pass apparently carrying malware.