Project Atlas technical trial kicks off Wednesday. It’s a cloud gaming service from Electronic Arts.
Yesterday, Google announced new details about its streaming platform Stadia, which the company teased 3 months ago. Two types of subscription will be available: paid and free. The paid version is launching this November.
The unlikely alliance between Sony and Microsoft took everyone by surprise last week. Including Sony’s own PlayStation division.
Sony and Microsoft announced a strategic partnership on cloud technology for gaming and AI applications.
Mike Nichols, Xbox chief marketing officer, shared his thoughts about Google’s Stadia with Telegraph. According to him, Google has the infrastructure for streaming but lacks the portfolio of big titles.
Further cementing the trend championed by Stadia, China’s Tencent launches its very own cloud gaming platform belatedly dubbed “Start.”
The Internet is still reeling in the wake of the major news from Google and Apple. The close timing between the unveiling of Stadia, Google’s cloud-based video game platform, and the announcement of Arcade, Apple’s…