Google is set to introduce a free-to -play video game console and mobile browser called Unity Technologies to its mobile phone and tablet platforms.
Google’s Unity Technologies will be a part of the upcoming Windows 8, the company announced on Tuesday.
The company said the new console will be the first free-from-the-browser video game to ship to Windows users.
“The Unity console is a new kind of platform that offers the full potential of the Xbox Live platform for a new generation of video game players,” said John Paul Albrecht, general manager of the Windows division.
“The new console can be used to bring the best of Xbox Live to the next generation of gamers.”
The company also said it will be offering a free game download for users of the Unity console, which will be available for download on Windows PCs and Macs.
The Xbox One and PlayStation 4 versions of the game will be free to download.
The new Unity console will have a 10-inch display with a resolution of 1280 x 800 pixels and will run Windows 7.
The Unity console also supports game streaming and the ability to play games in multi-screen modes.
It will be announced on November 28.
Microsoft is currently in the process of releasing a free Windows Phone app called Windows 8 Games.
The company will also launch a Windows Phone 8 app called Games.
The Xbox One is also set to become the first Xbox One game console to come to Windows Phone in 2018.
Microsoft said last week that it will launch the Xbox One S and Xbox One X at a later date.