AMD has now announced that cloud-optimized Radeon datacenter GPUs will power Google's Stadia cloud gaming service.
By using Chrome as the point of entry, Stadia promises a premium gaming experience to a wide variety of platforms: phones, tablets, PCs, and TVs.
If the report is accurate, we may just have another major player in the game streaming space.
Stadia will also introduce technology to allow YouTubers to share links to specific spots and states in games, a feature the company calls State Share.
Google wants to change the gaming landscape, and it's not hard to understand why.
People are unsure about Google Stadia. It's not that the input lag makes doom unplayable, but it makes it harder, and it makes you worse at the game.
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Walmart is entering into cloud gaming services, the company announced today.
On Stadia, games would run directly from Google's cloud computer servers, meaning that no installation is needed.
USgamer reports that retail giant Walmart is working on a game streaming service, hopping on the now-heavily-burdened bandwagon that includes Google, Nvidia, Microsoft, Amazon, and Sony. "It can only be circumvented with a download-based system that functions great with fast and slow connections and still lets you play games as soon as possible". The company garnered a lot of attention from tech enthusiasts as it showcased the service that supports 4K resolutions and gaming at 60fps. It also has a dedicated screenshot button, a Google Assistant shortcut, and a built-in microphone to access features created by developers to use in games. Further, Google has partnered with popular video game development software like Unreal Engine, Unity, and Havok.
As of now, there are very few details coming from US Gamer, who first began reporting on the rumor yesterday, March 20, 2019. Furthermore, companies such as Nintendo will continue to bring out games that require their unique style of consoles and controllers that Stadia would not be able to adapt.
Stadia is set to release this year, but that's all that's known.