Top 5 Cloud Gaming related things coming in 2019

Now that the New Year’s festivities are over, it’s natural to wonder what comes next. This is especially true in the world of Cloud Gaming where many things are unknown. So let’s dig in and discuss the top 5 things that are coming for Cloud Gamers in 2019.

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Onecast Adds Support for R3 & L3 on new MFi Controllers

Historically iOS Gamers have been at a bit of a disadvantage when compared to Android and PC Gamers. Controllers that Apple certifies for iPhone and iPad lack clickable Analog Sticks. This isn’t a big deal in native iOS titles, but it quickly becomes a problem when streaming a game to your device. The good news is that this is changing, and Onecast is one of the first Apps to officially support R3 and L3 for Game Streaming.

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2018 was an Awesome Year for Cloud Gaming

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Blade Announces Hive

Shadow’s Community is very important to them, and they are preparing to roll out some new Community-focused features. They’ll range from Party’s to capturing gameplay. Continue reading to learn what to expect in the near future.

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Onecast Streams your Xbox One to iOS

Microsoft has promised that Xbox One Cloud Gaming is coming to mobile at some point. But maybe you want to play Xbox on your iPhone right now. Onecast has you covered! It’s a simple App that promises to stream your Xbox Games to iOS. Does it really work? Let’s find out!

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How is Rainway at the end of 2018?

It’s been almost a year since Rainway started their open beta in January of 2018. Things were rocky in the beginning, but have steadily improved. They plan to exit beta in January of 2019. That’s right around the corner. So how is Rainway today?

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Parsec now works in Google Chrome

Parsec is know for the performance of their Game Streaming App. They have a reputation for achieving extremely low latency. Normally this kind of performance requires using Parsec’s own App. That all changes today with the release of Parsec for Chrome. Now Gamers can enjoy Parsec without installing the Parsec App.

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A New Rainway is Coming Soon

It’s been seven months since Rainway launched their beta. In that time they’ve improved and innovated. Today they are comfortable with their core technology, and it’s time for a makeover. An all new Rainway is coming soon.

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Nvidia Introduces RTX Family of GPU’s

Today is the day that many of you have waited for. Nvidia officially revealed their next family of GeForce Graphic Cards. The new series is called “GeForce RTX”, and they promise up to 6X the performance of the current generation.

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Parsec Introduces Controller Support for their App

Parsec just released an overhauled App that allows users to opt into a Controller-friendly User Interface (UI). All Warp subscribers can begin testing the new Interface today.

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