PlayGiga is a Spain based company that develops cloud gaming solutions for Italian, Argetinian, Chilean and Spanish markets. The company also has plans to expand its geography.
Free Stadia Pro games for November and December Once Stadia finally launched a large portion of its users encountered a whole set of difficulties. First and foremost, Stadia games have to be bought from its own store. Unlike GeForce Now or Playkey, Google doesn’t support games from Steam or other stores other than its own. […]
On the 19th of November Google launched its cloud service Stadia. They promised to revolutionize gaming. Access to games from any device anywhere seemed very exciting. So, how did it really go?
Some experts believe that Amazon will announce and launch their own cloud gaming solution by 2020. The most surprising thing is that Amazon has not done it earlier because they have the experience and infrastructure necessary for the cloud service.
Microsoft has publicly announced their plans to launch their cloud gaming service xCloud. Just as many sources predicted, xCloud will launch in 2020. No exact date has been given yet.
Google has shortened the list of games for Stadia’s launch. Only 22 titles will be available, although at first Google promised around 30.
According to some of the data discovered by data miners on one of Valve’s web pages, it is very likely that the company is developing a cloud gaming service. The source code for the page contained mentions of some unknown “Steam Cloud Gaming Addendum”.
DigitalTrends has published an article with all the information currently available on Electronic Arts’ Project Atlas.
French company Blade has announced changes to its pricing model for Shadow, their cloud gaming service. Instead of having a single plan for everyone they intend to have 3 plans that will differ in specs and picture quality.
We already knew about NVIDIA’s plans to start selling new Shield TV Pro a couple of weeks before the release. However, NVIDIA still managed to surprise us as they released two versions of the said device.