After more than seven months published as a beta phase, BlueStacks 4 reaches maturity and finally, the first stable version of the well-known Android simulator for PC is available. As we discussed in the review of the preliminary edition, one of the main attractions of the update is the support of Android Nougat, so many games that require higher versions of the operating system will work.
As his marketing director told us in his interview, the philosophy of Bluestacks is based on offering facilities to the ‘real’ user that squeezes the possibilities of playing Android titles on his PC. Beyond the huge improvement in performance compared to previous versions, the tool has simplified its use thanks to a clean interface and integrated features that almost convince us that Android games are designed to be played on desktop computers.
Advantages for the power-gamers
There are two reasons why a user plays Android titles on PC, the lack of a smartphone capable of running leading games or the need to squeeze their gaming experience. The first is easy to carry out: Bluestacks makes the games that allow it to shine at higher resolutions than the original ones, and some even allow installing plugins that unlock graphics improvements, the so-called xPack. These packages are available mostly in Battle Royale games such as Rule of Survival, Free Fire or Knives Out. This feature is available since February of this year.
The other star feature is intimately related to MMOs. The multi-instance support allows you to run a game at the same time using different user accounts, ideal for farmers or perform any repetitive and automated task of the genre. In fact, titles like Lineage 2: Revolution work hand in hand with Bluestacks to the point of existing skins for the system based on the NetMarble game.
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Bluestacks 4 supports Android 7
Bluestacks is a monster that in June 2017 reached a whopping 300 million users and that does not stop growing after successive rounds of funding, so the arrival of the new version does nothing but enhance its hegemony within the world of emulation / Android simulation against competitors like Nox. We have tested several games that require higher versions of the system and the results could not have been better. The list of compatibility is far from what it offered a few years ago, in addition to the load of the system at the time of running.
Bluestacks 4 is, above all, more intuitive. Although it continues to maintain its small application hub that redirects Google Play and its bizarre system of achievements, rewards, and mini-games, it is no longer as intrusive as before and we can keep a clean and organized desk.
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