Huawei HarmonyOS adapted by famous games including PUBG, Call of Duty and more
After the official revealing of the HarmonyOS 2.0 operating system, Huawei is mainly focusing on the HarmonyOS 2 beta program, simultaneously welcoming third-party manufacturers to adopt it.
As per the previous information, Huawei has launched the HarmonyOS application zone in Huawei’s app market – AppGallery. Additionally, the company has also introduced a separate section for HarmonyOS games for devices running on HM OS.
According to the latest information, most of the popular games started adopting the HarmonyOS system. The HarmonyOS Zone’s HM game section is currently covering most of the mainstream games including Glory of the King, Call of Duty, Peace Elite (PUBG), and more.
These games are not different from the Android system-equipped mobile applications available in the market in terms of data packet size, downloads, and comments.
Talking about the gaming experience, many players have reported that the experience has significantly improved in terms of faster loading speed, optimized fluency, and provide better image quality.
For example, the floating window in the game has been improved, and users can open other applications such as WeChat in the game interface at the time of playing.
Furthermore, many game developing companies mentioned that their all game products are optimized to support Huawei’s HarmonyOS system. Also, the continuous increase in the number of HarmonyOS 2 users will surely motivate the developer to develop application-based HM OS in near future.
(Via – ithome)
HarmonyOS Apps and Games section launched on Huawei AppGallery