Wednesday, December 26, 2018

How to Find the Upcoming and New Released Android Games on Google Play

It's been a long time I didn't give a tutorial about one of Google's products, the Google Play Store. As you probably already know that Google Play is the largest online store for Android users, where you can find a wide variety of digital content there.

Well, sometimes that makes some new Android users have difficulty finding apps and games which will be released or newly released on Google Play.
How to Find Upcoming and New Released Android games on Google Play

So for those of you who don't want to miss the latest updates from them, then you need to know this information.

You can find out the latest Android games which will be released in 2019, 2020, and so on without having to read the news again.

Okay, here we go!

How to Find the Upcoming Android Games on Google Play

  1. Open Google.com
  2. Enter the keywords on Google search "Upcoming Android Games on Google Play" or "Upcoming Google Play" for more simplicity. 
  3. On the first page, click on the Pre-registration games article that leads to the official Google Play store page. Note: Articles that usually occupy the top position are not official Google Play pages, but famous sites like AndroidAuthority or AndroidPit.
  4. Next, there will be a display of several games that will be released on Google Play, as shown above.

You can pre-register for these coming soon games by:
  1. Tap one of the Android games you want.
  2. Tap the green "Pre-registration" to pre-register.
  3. There is a pop up saying that you're about to pre-register for "Game Name". We'll notify you when this game is available for your device.
  4. Tap Ok.
You will then get a notification when the game has been fully released on Google Play.

In addition, you can also use the application called "PreLaunch.Me - Upcoming Games" to get information about the newest Android games that will be released in the future.

How to Find the New Released + Updated Android Games on Google Play


Method 1 (from Android):
  1. Open the Play Store App
  2. On the home page, find the "New Game+ Updated" session.
  3. From there you will get information about some newly released and updated games on the Google Play Store.
  4. Tap "See More" to see more games in the session.

Method 2 (from PC / Laptop):
  1. Open play.google.com
  2. Click "Apps" on the left side of the screen.
  3. Click "New Releases" on the right.
  4. From there you will get information about new games based on several categories, Top New Free Android Apps, Top New Paid Android Apps, Top New Free Games, Top New Paid Games.
  5. Click/tap "See More" to see more applications and games in these sessions.

Additional information:
  • Top New Free Android Apps: Contains a collection of free Android apps and games.
  • Top New Paid Android Apps: Contains a collection of paid Android apps and games
  • Top New Free Games: Contains a collection of free Android games
  • Top New Paid Games. Contains a collection of paid Android games.

Method 3:
  1. Open Google.com
  2. Enter the keywords "New Releases Android Games on Google Play or" New Releases Google Play" for more simplicity.
  3. On the first page, precisely at the top position, click/tap the article that leads to the official Google Play store page.
  4. Later, some games that have just been released on Google Play will be displayed.

Please note that the "New released game" and "Updated game" are different. The new game means that it has just been released, whereas the updated game means that "possible" games have been released a long time ago, but there are new additional contents.

So in the "New Game+ Updated" session, it's not only contained the games that are newly released, but also the old games that have just been updated again.

How? It's easy, right? That's how to find the upcoming and new released Android games on Google Play without checking articles again, and again and again. If you still have any problem, let me know in the comment section below.

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