Google teases likely gaming hardware announcement at GDC 2019

Google teases likely gaming hardware announcement at GDC 2019

Google teases likely gaming hardware announcement at GDC 2019

The idea is Google's service will tie together its Google Play storefront, the planned game streaming Project Stream service, and a possible games console or low-priced set-top box. The games are powered by Google's high-performance computers, which then stream the images to the web browser in a similar way Netflix streams videos.

A video released on Google's official YouTube channel teases "Google's vision for the future of gaming". There are more rumours that suggest that the company has partnered with Ubisoft and SEGA for new games. We're one week away from the full reveal of what Google has in store, but let us know your theories in the comments!

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I'm excited to finally be able to share that I have joined Google as VP! Having made billions from its lucrative Google Play mobile market, the company is eager to make a larger splash in gaming, and is likely to use its Project Stream technology to do so.

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