Android 13 will offer low-level changes for gamers
Insiders got their hands on the dev code of Android 13. It seems there will be some tweaks to increase load times and lower CPU load.
Our sources say that some developers have already received code for Android 13. This will help them to know the platform better and optimize their apps. The thing is that not only they, but the insiders also got their hands on the code. They leaked the info they've managed to fount, and it appears that gamers will win from switching to Android 13, especially if they are still on Android 11 or older versions.
One of the methods called "setGameState" can help games communicate with the system, telling it whether they need more resources for loading purposes. All of this is done via GameManager API. In the future, such a thing will make big games like Genshin Impact load seamlessly and save precious power of your smartphone for other things.
In addition, Android 13 will offer more fine-tuning of shaders, which, in turn, will help developers create a realistic picture and choose the look of their project. Maybe this will be the gateway for real seamless worlds and loading speeds like with SSD on PCs.