Google believes that the future of Cloud Gaming is in the browser. A Chrome browser to be precise. They’ve invited a select number of people to try their upcoming Project Stream Cloud Gaming service. We spent the weekend testing Project Stream, and our first impressions might surprise you.
During E3 2018, Microsoft teased an upcoming multiplatform Cloud Gaming service. This week they officially announced Project xCloud. It leverages the power of Azure and promises to bring Xbox Gaming to many devices.
We’ve known for a while that Google is interested in Cloud Gaming. Tomorrow they are making it official with a beta test of their upcoming Project Stream service. A small selection of testers will be able to play the soon-to-be-released Assassin’s Creed Odyssey.
The word is out. Oculus CTO John Carmack views their upcoming Oculus Quest headset as a direct competitor to the Nintendo Switch. This claim may seem wild at first glance, but what if he’s right?
During their Oculus Connect keynote, Facebook was quiet about the specifications for their upcoming Oculus Quest headset. Following the presentation, more details emerged. While the Quest is similar in function to a Rift, it will not be as powerful.
At Flickstiq, we are often asked if there is a way to enjoy Cloud Gaming for free. Some people are even willing to use a hack to make it happen. So is it possible to use a paid Cloud Gaming Service without a Subscription?
Facebook is currently holding their annual Connect Developer conference. During the Keynote, CEO Mark Zuckerberg unveiled the Oculus Quest VR Headset. It’s the first Oculus-branded headset to offer a Rift-like experience while also being completely untethered.
The Gaming Industry is trending towards Cloud Gaming. Microsoft and EA have both committed to supporting it very soon. While it’s fun to think about the future, it’s important to point out that Cloud Gaming exists on Nintendo Switch right now.
Many of you have been eagerly waiting for the return of Snoost. Their $9 unlimited Cloud Gaming plan was very popular in our Community. In March of 2018, Snoost abruptly shut down their service. They claimed that it was to allow for further development and that it would return. Today, it is looking like they may not come back.
Nvidia wants to be known as a company that listens to their Community. As a group, you’ve requested many enhancements for Nvidia Shield TV. They’ve listened, and many of your requests are being addressed in their 20th major software upgrade.