For several years, a recurring subject has returned to the forefront, cloud gaming, understand the streaming of video games on multiple devices. Just yesterday, Microsoft was making a first live demonstration of its xCloud Project. It must be said that the idea is rather enticing. Who would not enjoy playing a Triple-A title without any constraints whatsoever on a console, a pc or a mobile device.
But the company founded by Bill Gates and Paul Allen is not the only one investing in this area – far from it. Google would also have in its pipes a cloud gaming service … and it could be presented in a few days, March 19 at 18h, French time. A first teaser has just been shared on the internet.
Of course, it provides no answer and yet many questions remain unanswered, starting with price and availability. This service is rumored to be halfway between Sony's PlayStation Now offer and the Shadow system, developed by French start-up Blade. If this is the case, material could be announced during the presentation. Answer March 19th.