Microsoft announced Windows 11 with support for running Android apps. The company has even partnered with Amazon for providing its Android app store built into the Microsoft store. Since its announcement, developers and hackers have managed to install third-party apps, such as Apple Music, onto Windows 11. Now, a developer named ADeltaX has managed to install Google Play Store on Windows 11.
— ADeltaX (@ADeltaXForce) October 22, 2021

In addition, the developer has also provided steps (via Neowin) on how you can install Google Play Store on Windows 11:
ADeltaX says the work is still in progress and has cautioned users to proceed at their own risk. Moreover, the steps are complex, and even though there’s a video tutorial available, the steps are not fit for novice users. Microsoft can also block the script at any time, but if you want to try Google Play Store on your Windows 11 device, this is the best time.
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