Later today, at the Game Developers Conference (GDC) in San Francisco, Google is holding a keynote it seems we’ll finally get a look at the company’s long-rumored streaming project. Google says it will reveal its “vision for the future of gaming,” and the company is been using the tagline “gather around” while teasing the event.
Google’s Project Stream will allow players to stream a large number of AAA games on their PC or laptop for a monthly fee.Google will also reveal a controller for this particular project, which will include some streaming capabilities.Google has been teasing the “future of gaming” with tweets and short videos.
The company has already been testing its cloud gaming service Project Stream, that allow to play Assassin’s Creed Odyssey through its Chrome web browser without needing to install it on their PC.
Also,the competitors Valve opened up Steam Link enabling the users to stream games anywhere, and Microsoft made it possible to stream PC games on an Xbox One.You can watch the event live from the embedded video above. The event starts today at 10AM PT / 1PM ET, and, if you can’t catch the stream,Stay tuned.