Despite being almost a year old, Windows 11 is still striving to become a second home for Android gamers. More input options for Android gamers have been added thanks to a new update that Microsoft just published to Windows 11.
We learned that we will be able to use Android apps when Microsoft unveiled Windows 11. It was undoubtedly one of the most significant announcements, and it generated a lot of interest. Due to the news that Microsoft had worked with Amazon rather than Google to deliver Android apps, people had their reservations.
Therefore, there are now a number of programs available on the Amazon app store for Windows 11 users. However, word spread that Google would make Google Play Games available as a launcher for Windows users. As a result, Windows users will get access to the Google Play Store’s games as well. At the time this article was being written, that was still being tested.
Advertisement Amazon apps are currently available on Windows 11, but the feature is still in the preview stage. This indicates that you currently only have access to a small selection of apps.
Android gaming receives some improvements thanks to the Windows 11 update. Microsoft has made some modifications to the Windows subsystem and released a new version for the Windows Insider program. The addition of certain new game input methods is the main feature of this release.
These new shims, which can be turned on or off in the Windows Subsystem for Android Settings app, improve the user experience in a number of apps.
Advertisement The update, in the first place, adds support for gamepads, joysticks, arrow key aiming, and arrow key sliding. These give games more controller alternatives.
Gamers on the platform are going to really like this. There are apps that support controller play. Making the Amazon apps compatible with controllers and joysticks will increase their appeal.