Enter Google into the gaming industry.
Just days before the Game Developers Conference kicks off, Google is turning the hype up to eleven.
Google released a video this Tuesday asking the viewers to join the company on their 10 a.m P.T. keynote on Tuesday, March 18. The company assures they will unveil their vision for future gaming.
The video shows scenes from sci-fi and fantasy settings along with a backstage inside a plane, a concert, and a garage full of racing cars. The video ends with the words “Gather Round.”
Could it be that Google is planning to launch its own console?
Google’s Project Stream
The YouTube video packs a link to “Gather_Around” on the Google Store. The link features the phrase “Discover a new way to play” and asks the users to sing up for further updates about Google’s gaming plans.
There are rumors saying Google could show a new game streaming device tied to the tech company’s Project Stream and Project Yeti hardware.
Google tested Project Stream on its browser, Google Chrome, back in January 2019. >It’s a service that allows playing AAA games on Chrome without installing the game. Also, it lowers the requirements of your gaming PC.