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Google Project Stream will let you play AAA titles in Chrome

Google has recently announced Project Stream, a service that will allow you to stream video games to your Google Chrome browser. Basically, you’ll be able to overcome hardware barriers to play that awesome but heavy AAA title on your computer by simply streaming it from the cloud. That means you might not need to buy an expensive PC to play the latest game releases.

This is not new, though.  NVIDIA already runs a similar service called GeForce Now, which allows you to play AAA titles even on your MAC. You just need to download their app and sign up for their service. Apparently, Google Project Stream makes things easier by simply requiring you to be a Chrome user. That means a lot, considering Google has the number one browser in the world as an already established platform that might certainly drive more users than NVIDIA’s GeForce Now.

Maybe that’s the incentive you needed to switch from console to PC, at last.

Google’s Project Stream starts running on Friday and Assassin’s Creed Odyssey will be the first game available. If you wanna try it out, you must apply here.


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