When you search for certain artists, movies, or figures, Google sticks a card within the results that displays background information all in once place. This way you can potentially get what you need without having to click on a single link. Recently the company started giving video games this same treatment.

When you search for a particular title, Google will toss up such details as a brief history, the developer, release dates, and supported platforms. It will also supplement this text with screenshots. These Knowledge Graph cards show up on desktops and mobile devices alike.

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Information appears for games spread across various platforms, including indie PC titles, console hits, and mobile games for Android and iOS. This is a different card than the ones that appears for software in the Play Store. When searching for those games, sometimes both cards will appear.

The feature has already rolled out, so you should be able to search for your favorite experiences right away and check things out firsthand.

Source: +Google