Google is scheduled to host its annual 2019 Game Developers Conference from March 18-23. In anticipation of this five-day event, the tech giant has sent invitations to a major event to be held on March 19th. It lacks any concrete details as to what the technology giant will release on that date. The invitation contains details about the date, location, but what is striking is the following part: "Everything will be revealed on Google Keynote.
This is perhaps an indication that the tech giant will release a new games console and even a gaming software. According to speculation, Google could reveal the streaming service known as Project Yeti. The service could come with a console and a controller. Otherwise, the keynote address could simply indicate the expansion of the recently announced and tested beta Project Stream service.
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All sounders indicate the launch of a hardware game console for the execution of the Yeti service. Yeti would also have included a hardware controller used to play games, developed by Google's hardware team, according to a report from The Information. Another report suggests that Google is going in three directions: a streaming game service (Yeti) similar to Nvidia's GeForce Now, a hardware that will facilitate the streaming platform and woo game developers.