This year, Google is trying to make waves at the game developers conference. This could mean that the company's streaming service is ready for prime time.
The company sent out invitations today (February 19) for an event at GDC next month, with little detail but promising. The invitation shows a dark hallway leading to a flash of light that then reveals the date of the 19 March event. "Gather together," the invitation ends, with the promise that "everything will be revealed" in a GDC speech.
This is a pretty important disclosure. Google has participated in previous meetings with the GDC, the annual meeting of game developers. However, an opening speech will be new for Google and will generate speculation about what the research and services giant has planned.
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The most likely candidate for the Google GDC event is an update of Project Stream, the gaming initiative launched by Google last year, which allows any computer to play games high-end via an Internet connection.
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Until now, it was only a game – Assassin's Creed Odyssey – while Google was testing Project Stream. (In our testit worked pretty well because we were able to play this demanding game on an aging Lenovo G550.)
The game streaming services market is becoming more and more cluttered, reports a month ago claiming that Amazon wanted to create a service that would allow it to compete with Google, Microsoft, Sony, Nvidia and others. ;other. All that Google announces in a month at GDC, we plan to be there to find out what it means for players.