BlueStack Systems announced today that BlueStacks 4’s beta version is now available as of today. The full official release is currently set for a mid-September release. [Thanks, 4Gamer!]
The latest version of BlueStacks focuses on making it quicker and more efficient, and uses an on-demand architecture that lets it cater to the needs of both casual and core users. This extends not only to the UI, but also how the BlueStacks has been optimized.
BlueStacks 4 Beta now supports even more games that originally couldn’t run on the platform, and even low-spec PCs should be able to run more games than before. Furthermore, it also adds more detailed key mapping features to make smartphone games closer to controlling a PC game.
You can find the download page for the beta here. (Note: Data carryover is not guaranteed, according to the download page. However, games that allow linking to your Google account are supported.)