Project Stream announced by Google

Project Stream announced by Google

AAA video games are far more complicated to stream than a movie or TV show, offering dense worlds of animation and input-sensitive information.

While sadly limited to American sign-ups only and requiring a 25 megabit connection at minimum, Google are taking sign-ups for Project Stream now, and plan to begin limited testing on October 5th.

This kind of streaming technology for games has been an up-and-coming focus for some video game hardware companies like Microsoft and Sony. It's also only limited to users aged over 17 years, and those who live in the United States. The quality is impressive, to say the least.

It's been rumoured for a while that Google is working on a game streaming service, and this week, the tech conglomerate made it official.

This patch will be applied automatically to your game and you can find its complete changelog below.

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There are existing services similar to this like graphics card company Nvidia's GeForce Now, but it's still in beta.

Google offered a glimpse of what the streaming service will look like in the clip below. They're looking for people with internet speeds of 25Mb/s or higher. It's the eleventh major installment for the series, following either a male or female mercenary named Alexios or Kassandra, and the follow-up to 2017's "Assassin's Creed Origins". No end date for this Project Stream test has been revealed just yet.

These participants will have access to the game until mid-January of 2019 and Google will start sending out invitations soon for the next two months.

Improvements in internet bandwidth, computing power and data storage capabilities are enabling "disruptive technologies" such as streaming which have the potential to change the way games are created as well as played, according to Ubisoft.

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