In a surprising announcement on Monday, Google revealed a partnership with Ubisoft and brought the following Assassin Creed Odyssey to the Chrome browser.
Game will be released on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC on the same day, but a limited number of users will be able to test Google's new streaming technology Project Stream. This will be a big step forward for AAA Games. On the streaming platform.
"The idea of providing graphics-rich content that requires nearly immediate interaction between game controllers and on-screen graphics is causing a number of challenges," Google announced at Project Stream's announcement Says. . "When streaming TV or movies, you are accustomed to buffering for a few seconds at first, but for high quality game streaming you need a delay measured in milliseconds without graphics degradation.
It is not just Google to provide Assassin's Creed Odyssey to the streaming platform. Ubisoft is also trying the possibility to introduce games to Japanese Nintendo switches via cloud server.
This announcement follows a long-standing rumor that Google will make a more serious invasion into the game field,.
You can sign up for Assassin 's Created Odyssey' s 1080p video, 60 frames per second video, and a limited beta version captured from the Project Stream below. Also, this warning on a slow Internet connection is intended for participants with at least 25 megabits per second home Internet connection.
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Using Google's Project Stream, you can play Assassin's Creed Odyssey in Chrome
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