Google the stadium into the flow of the space
Great first half of 2019 continues with Google announcing instrument streaming media services. The initial announcement is on the details, but this promises is to be able to play high-end games on your phone or other device, there is no need to buy expensive console.
Google just announced a new streaming service, but it also hired a big name–assassin’s Creed the production of Jade Raymond–to start a new Studio, Stadium games, this will make a separate heading for streaming media services.
After a closed testing phase, the stadium was launched to the public in the United States in the month starting lineup 22 games, including Red Dead Redemption 2 and Destiny 2. Service did not get the best start, however, because most critics bemoan the pricing structure, requires the user to pay per game, rather than the all you can eat model like Netflix or Xbox games through. Not only that, but there are reports that Book a single low expectations (Although Google is committed to the development, expansion and improvement of service time).
It remains to be seen, but what is known is that the stadium will face further competition. Sony continues to operate its own game-streaming service, now, it gets a healthy price cut this year, to make it more in line with its competitors. Microsoft, meanwhile, is continuing with the public trial of xCloud.
And in X019 event in London, Microsoft made a big announcement: Xbox games through the service in conjunction with xCloud in the future allow users to stream hundreds of the Xbox, Xbox360, Xbox One. Whether this will produce additional costs remains to be seen, but whatever the case, the so-called Stream war is heating up. Amazon, that is is discussed in its own game-streaming service, and we can learn more about in the year 2020.