On Tuesday, Nvidia announced that it had to remove Activision Blizzard title from its cloud-based gaming platform GeForce Now. This happened at the request of the publisher, but no explanation was provided at the time.
During the Unpacked event this Tuesday, Samsung announced a partnership with Microsoft. According to David Park, Samsung’s director of strategy, the Korean giant is collaborating with Xbox on a “premium cloud-based game streaming experience.”
“We’ve worked with publishers to onboard a robust catalog of your PC games,” an official post on the Nvidia blog cheerfully begins, nothing foreshadowing what’s about to come. “This means continually adding new games, and…
After several years in beta (testing of the service began back in 2017), GeForce Now is now officially released.
Facebook has purchased Spanish cloud gaming company PlayGiga. It cost Facebook $78 million, according to CNBC.
Since announcing Project xCloud last year, Microsoft has been testing it internally among its employees. Now it has opened the streaming service for a public trial in the United States, United Kingdom and Korea.
Sam Corcoran, technical account manager for Google, said that the tech giant received over 4,000 applications from developers for its upcoming Stadia platform.
Sony executives have shared their vision for the future of PlayStation. During the Investor Relations Day, they talked about backward compatibility and how streaming will not replace downloads and disc drives.
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.