BlueStacks X is launched to run Android games via browsers

BlueStacks X was released and now lets you run Android games via browsers, without having to install anything. The new format of the famous emulator is now available to everyone with 14 native games, including for Brazil. It is also possible to use it with its own client installed on the PC, mobile browsers or even via Discord.

New BlueStacks is now available (Image: Felipe Vinha/Tecnoblog)

The 14 games include some popular names such as Disney Sorcerer’s Arena, Lords Mobile, Looney Tunes World of Mayhem, Idle Heroes and Raid Shadow Legends. These and others run in the browser without needing any installation.

But if the user wants to, he can download the BlueStacks X application on the computer and enjoy more than 200 compatible titles such as Pokémon Unite, The Walking Dead, Grand Chase, Fate Grand Order, Mobile Legends Bang Bangbetween others.

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BlueStacks X is still in beta and is based on a hybrid cloud technology, built in partnership with, the sister company of BlueStacks, which allows the cloud to load and offload parts of the compute and graphics rendering for various endpoints, dramatically reducing cloud costs and allowing users to enjoy a completely free service.

The Discord integration is perhaps the most surprising, as it lets you play in an environment with friends via an official bot, Cloudy. Just integrate Cloudy with your Discord server to enjoy.

In terms of exact platforms, BlueStacks X works on: Windows 10 and 11, Linux, Mac, iOS, Android, Chromebook and Raspberry Pi. It is also possible to access the service via browsers on some TV models, depending on compatibility.

With information: The Verge.

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