PlayStation’s cloud gaming
Google is putting its trust in Google Staida
Google revealed its game-streaming service in late 2018 under the name Project Stream. They unveiled the product testing a live-stream of Ubisoft’s Assasin’s Creed Odyssey.
Stadia will launch in 2019, and it will offer its subscribers -for an unknown fee- the ability to stream games from a Google Chrome browser with a Windows computers, smart TVs, or a Google Pixel mobile device.
I think we see genuine excitement because, I think, they see the opportunity for a shift, a point of inflection, but they realized the technical challenge of pulling something like this off. And so, but once they get their hands on with the technology and then they see the experience, I think, completely wins people over.
Stadia is the company’s first step into the gaming industry. Google claims it will deliver AAA gaming to any screen -expect Appel and most Android smartphones and tablets, for now-. Google’s data centers will handle the games’ graphics, while your display will handle the streaming. Much like Netflix.