Project Stream is a cloud-based game streaming service that Google is working on. The service would allow players to stream top titles without requiring any powerful consoles or gaming rigs. The company hasn’t launched it as a full-fledged service as yet but if it does, it may offer a dedicated game controller for it as well.
It’s no secret that Google has been working on a game streaming service of its own called Project Stream. It has even conducted trials as it seeks to better figure out how it can provide the most value with a game streaming service. Google has been light on the details but that might change next month. It has scheduled an event at the Game Developers Conference in March where we […]
Google confirmed that it’s working on a game streaming service a couple of months ago. It disclosed the technical test it was conducting on Project Stream to see just how well game streaming into the Chrome browser works. It’s expanding the test now and is offering a free copy of Assassin’s Creed Odyssey to those who sign up for the trial.
It was rumored earlier this year that Google was developing a game streaming service of its own and those rumors seem to be true. The company today announced Project Stream. It’s calling it a “technical test” to ascertain just how well streaming games to the Chrome browser works. It has teamed up with Ubisoft to stream its upcoming Assassin’s Creed Odyssey game as part of this test.