Does Google enter the gaming market? | Dexerto.com



Google plans to unveil its new game project at the Game Developers Conference (GDC) next month. This will take place in San Francisco on March 19, 2019.

Google is making an exception this year by announcing a major video game event. They will organize a presentation on a new path focused on video games. Google's promotional invitation indicated a light at the end of a corridor followed by a cryptic "rally".

Next month, at the GDC, Google could launch an advanced project flow service, although a new project "Yeti" seems most likely. Project Yeti would be a new subscription game streaming service, likely using Project Stream that can be used on Google Chromecast or possibly on a Google console.

Google and Ubisoft have allowed Assassin's Creed Odyssey to be playable on the Internet.

A new streaming service would bring game developers on the Google platform. The Game Developers Conference is the best place to encourage developers to sign up for your project. Google can network with other studios, gain technical expertise and perhaps optimize their title.

Judging by the Google Project Stream test, the Yeti project could easily be a success. Google unveiled Project Stream in October 2018, which broadcast high quality streaming games. Google is also associated with Ubisoft to allow Assassin's Creed Odyssey to be playable on the Internet.

Google may consider expanding its Project Stream service next month, but it will still face competition from Sony, Nvidia, Microsoft and even Amazon. The Game Developers Conference (GDC) will run from March 18-22.

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