Google’s Project Stream

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While every gamer has their favorite console, PC games and services that help to stream the games to computers have always been a contender in the “console wars” as well.

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Google is joining the streaming field with a little thing called Project Stream. It aims to be able to successfully run any game on any laptop or PC. It’s in beta mode at the moment and only runs Assassin’s Creed Odyssey, but if it works like it promises, it could be yet another platform to play games.

Has anyone tried out Google’s Project Stream? I’ll admit that I haven’t. The writer of the article that I saw about it found it favorable, though. It’ll definitely be an interesting option when it comes to playing video games. We have Steam to help keep our PC games all together, but just going onto our browser to play a game may be the simpler way to go.

How would this change the home console scene? If we could just stream games from our laptop browsers, would home consoles become obsolete? Not only that, but more and more games are coming to mobile. In fact, Microsoft is starting a project as well that will bring AAA games to mobile, helping to broaden where and when players play their games.

It’s a wonder how browser streams will effect the home consoles.

Have you tried Google’s Project Stream? What do you think of browser streams for video games?

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One thought on “Google’s Project Stream

  1. I have not had the opportunity to try it but from all accounts I’ve heard that it handles pretty well. I’m not opposed to gaming streaming provided it is able to give a comparable experience to what I’m used to and the idea behind being able to stream my games to my phone does sound appealing on quite a few levels.

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