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Google game streaming begins, is it also planned for smartphones?

Google now has its own system for streaming games at first, the pilot project is initially only available in the US and can be used immediately. You need an invite from Google, which the group sends out at the beginning of the week. The first American colleagues can already try the service, which works on Chrome and initially only one game […]


Google now has its own system for streaming games at first, the pilot project is initially only available in the US and can be used immediately. You need an invite from Google, which the group sends out at the beginning of the week. The first American colleagues can already try the service, which works in Chrome and initially only offers a single game. The prospects for the future are more exciting.

CloudCast could be a name in the future, currently the system still listens to Project Stream. Availability on the different platforms shouldn’t be less exciting. Project Stream could also work on Chrome for Android. Ron Amadeo tried it out, but on the smartphone the game only starts for a few seconds; after that, unfortunately nothing works.

Console games on your smartphone?

Project Stream is initially a pilot project in which Google wants to know the needs and improvements necessary for the transmission of games. But being able to play high-end games on the cheap Chromebook in the future definitely seems to have come closer. Maybe even on your smartphone?

Project Stream: Google brings high-end games to the browser