WSA will be the new Android emulator in Windows 11, and you can get it now. Don’t expect it to work, because I have tested it and most of the tutorials and discussions lead to nothing and as far as I was able to get was to extract the files and move around some stuff, but I ended up with a message which always said “Not compatible.”. The error might be on my side and I have done something wrong, but I tried to follow them and it seems like some people got it working on their devices. Either it was my device or the whole thing is broken.
Now, lets actually explain, what is WSA.
WSA is meant to be the new Android emulator for Windows 11 and onward. It works on a UWP (Universal Windows Platform) scale which means that it will be downloaded on the Microsoft store. That means that it could be installed on the Xbox consoles and you could have an Android emulator which can play all of your mobile games of off Windows or Xbox platforms.
Unfortunately, due to Google and Microsoft being in a war of “become better”, Google will not be coming to the WSA platform. This means that you will have no Google apps (play store, google maps, google duo, etc) and only Amazon apps.
The hardware options are still very limited and you can’t just pick up a PC and install WSA on it (even if you live in the US!(this is where it is officially released!)).
Requirements possibly for WSA to work: A good PC, check here. Windows 11 (even if it says on the page that you can do it on Windows 10, this is a lie. You will see it as soon as you open the MS store!)
In conclusion, if you are willing to go through lots of pain getting this working and messing up your PC, look here.