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Google is adding some new features to the Google Play Games Beta on PC, its service that lets you play Android games on a PC, including support for 4K screen resolution on “supported monitors” and for popular console gaming controllers. Google detailed the updates in a blog post from Arjun Dayal, Google Play Games’ director of product.

With the new support for 4K, you can now pick your screen resolutions while in game. “Simply press Shift + Tab in any game to select from a menu of supported resolutions,” according to Dayal.

The game controllers that are now supported include the Xbox Series X / S controller, the Xbox One controller, Sony’s DualSense controller for PS5, and its DualShock controller for PS4. Google isn’t the only company…

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