How will this help?
In BlueStacks version 4.200 and above, you can create instances based on a specific Android version and runtime. For example, you can create a BlueStacks 64-bit instance, that will enable you to play Android 64-bit games such as Teamfight Tactics and more.
We highly recommend you to keep these instances updated as we are constantly innovating BlueStacks for you, the gamers. The steps below will show you how to check for and update instances inside the Multi-Instance Manager.
How can I update?
There are two parts to this. Click on the link below that will redirect you to the relevant section in the article.
Check for an update
Launch BlueStacks. Start the "Multi-instance manager" by clicking on " " on the side toolbar. If it not visible click on " " on the side toolbar.
To check for an update, click on the "Check for update" icon, as shown below.
A new window will then pop-up. Click on "Check for update".
BlueStacks will then scan through the instances you have installed and notifying you of an update as shown below.
How to update a BlueStacks instance
Launch that particular instance, for which an update is available.
Click on the gear icon on the side toolbar to bring up the "Settings" menu.
Here, navigate to the "About" section.
Click on "Check for update", as shown below.
Lastly, click on "Download update".
After it has downloaded, simply install the update. You will then be on the latest version of BlueStacks. Enjoy!
Thank you for choosing BlueStacks! We hope you enjoy using it. If you have any further questions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Happy Gaming!
Last updated on April 24, 2020.