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The concept of a “Netflix or Spotify for gaming” isn’t anything new. But unlike films, TV shows, or music, which are relatively passive experiences – i.e. choose the song, playlist, programme, or film, then sit back and relax – games are far more dynamic.
Early gamers will be able to start playing from November Google’s cloud gaming platform Stadia will be available from November with well-known titles such as Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Breakpoint at launch, the tech giant has announced. The company’s major step into video gaming will be offered as part of a bundle to early subscribers… Read More
The two gaming rivals have signed a memorandum of understanding Microsoft and Sony have agreed a deal to work together on video games streaming services, despite the two companies being bitter rivals in the industry. The two gaming giants have announced the signing of “memorandum of understanding” which could see Sony use Microsoft’s Azure cloud… Read More
While there is no news on an exact release date, Stadia announcement shows true low-latency cloud gaming is finally upon us Google has jumped into the gaming space with a new game streaming service called Stadia, built to run off anything capable of loading a Chrome browser. Graphics intensive 4k 60 FPS PC games will… Read More