- Google has launched Play Pass in 24 new countries.
- These new markets are all in Europe though.
Google Play Pass is the Play Store’s rival to Apple Arcade, offering a variety of apps and games for a monthly subscription fee. It’s only been available in a handful of countries, but Google is now pushing the service out to plenty more nations.
The company announced on Twitter and on its support page (h/t: Android Police) that 24 new countries are getting Google Play Pass. These markets are all in Europe though, so don’t hold your breath if you’re in Africa, Asia, the Middle East, or Central and South America. Check out the list of new additions below.
- Czech Republic
The new countries join Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, New Zealand, Spain, the UK, and the US. We’ll update this article if and when Google brings Play Pass to more markets.
Google’s subscription service has quite a few notable games, ranging from Knights of the Old Republic, Limbo, and the Monument Valley series to Stardew Valley, 80 Days, and Mini Metro. You can check out all the Play Pass games and apps via the previous link.
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