Transmisión de juegos de Google: así es como Google quiere inspirar a millones de jugadores

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

Google game streaming: this is how Google wants to inspire millions of gamers

For some time, Google has been said to be a game streaming service, and there is now initial evidence of this in the form of Project Stream. Unfortunately the service is for the US only, but the view from here is interesting too. “Project Stream” is what Google calls its experiment, which is supposed to bring Triple-A games to the browser. Of course in Chrome, […]


For some time, Google has been said to be a game streaming service, and now there is initial evidence of this in the form of Project Stream. Unfortunately the service is for the US only, but the view from here is interesting too. “Project Stream” is what Google calls its experiment, which is supposed to bring Triple-A games to the browser. On Chrome, of course, on Windows, macOS, Linux, and Chrome OS. At first the project is a bigger test, only “Assassin’s Creed Odysessey” will air for a limited period of time.

Unlike movies, series or music, playback must be done without appreciable latency, since the user controls the game from their home PC. This has been an exciting topic for years, because game streaming should be able to replace the home PC and game console at some point. 1080p at 60 frames per second, this is shown in the demo, should initially be possible. 25 megabits per second should be sufficient for the Internet connection.

A first look at Yeti? Google is supposed to offer game streaming at some point, the project seems to have been around for some time. In any case, there is the corresponding experience with the cloud, as well as more technical knowledge for software and hardware (transmission box). Exciting.