When will Google Play games on the Android TV?
Google is set to launch its first game console, the Google Play game console (GPS), on August 6, according to a new report from The Wall Street Journal.
Google is targeting an initial launch of 100,000 units of the device, with the full set to be available by October.
According to the report, Google is planning to launch the device in the coming months.
The game console is designed to play Android TV games on a single TV, but the Google TV app is currently limited to streaming games to Chromecast-enabled devices like the Roku 4.
This means the device won’t support streaming games from other sources like Google Play or Amazon Fire TV.
Google’s announcement follows the launch of the Chromecast Play TV earlier this month.