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Nice Gesture by Ubisoft: Games Bought on Stadia Transferable to PC

Damian Mista, 02 October 2022, 23:17

Ubisoft has informed that it is working on the possibility of moving its games from Stadia to Ubisoft Connect. Google's service will close on January 18, 2023.

Steam Deck's Competitors Rising; Razer Prepares Its Own 'Console'

Jacob Blazewicz, 29 September 2022, 13:48

The Razer Edge 5G will be the next portable gaming device. The question is, is it more in the vein of Steam Deck or the recently revealed Logitech G?

Google Stadia Might Shut Down Later This Summer [UPDATED]

Adrian Werner, 29 July 2022, 19:54

According to new rumors, Google's Stadia will not even make it to this year's fall. The service is expected to be shut down in the next two months.

Xbox on the Rise; 10 Million Users of Microsoft's xCloud

Adrian Werner, 27 April 2022, 13:29

Microsoft's new financial report is full of data about revenue and profit growth. We also learned about the popularity of the streaming service xCloud.

Sega's 'Super Game' Project Involves Multiple AAA Games

Krzysztof Kaluzinski, 10 April 2022, 21:33

The mysterious „Super Game” from Sega will not be a single title - it's an initiative bringing together multiple productions. The Japanese company is looking for new ways to interest both active players and their audience.

GeForce Now Introduces Demos and Adds 6 New Games to Library

Krzysztof Kaluzinski, 10 April 2022, 14:55

The GFN streaming service has a new tab with demos. From now on users can check out selected titles before buying them, and premium subscribers can test the RTX technology in some of them.

Thanks to Google Every Company Will Have Its Own Stadia

Adrian Werner, 16 March 2022, 15:39

Google has unveiled Immersive Stream for Games, a system that will enable other companies to create their own game streaming services.

Windows to the Rescue - PC Games Playable on Google Stadia

Michal Ciezadlik, 11 March 2022, 14:52

There are many indications that Google will soon come up with a solution to run Windows-based games on its cloud gaming platform Stadia.

xCloud Gets Mouse and Keyboard Controls

Adrian Werner, 06 March 2022, 15:57

Microsoft is said to be working on adding mouse and keyboard controls to its xCloud streaming service. Currently, games it offers can only be played with a gamepad.

Game Pass Rival From Sony Approaching? Leak Reveals Details

Jacob Blazewicz, 25 February 2022, 13:43

Streaming, online features, and classic titles from the PlayStation catalog - that's what the service known as Project Spartacus is supposed to offer, which will supposedly replace PlayStation Plus and PlayStation Now.

Google Stadia in Trouble - Change of Name and Strategy

Miriam Moszczynska, 05 February 2022, 13:54

Google Stadia is in trouble. One is tempted to say that they are quite large, but the company from Mountain View still sticks to its project.

Steam's New Feature Makes Switching Between PC and Steam Deck Easier

Adrian Werner, 25 January 2022, 10:28

Steam has gained the feature of dynamic synchronization with the cloud. This will enable us to conveniently switch between instances on your PC and Steam Deck, without having to log out of the game first.

Sony Pulls PS Now Gift Cards From Sale

Adrian Werner, 13 January 2022, 12:58

Sony is phasing out PlayStation Now gift cards. This fuels rumors that PS Now and PS Plus will be merged into one service to compete with Game Pass.

Nvidia Extends Partnership with EA. Battlefield 4 and Battlefield V on Geforce NOW

rassi, 07 January 2022, 20:29

At CES, GeForce reps revealed the plan of extending their partnership with Electronic Arts. In celebration of this event, Battlefield 4 and Battlefield V have become available on the GeForce NOW.

Sony May be Preparing Its Own Game Pass; Schreier Reports on Project Spartacus

Hubert Sledziewski, 03 December 2021, 22:05

Jason Schreier reports that Sony plans to respond to Microsoft's Xbox Game Pass service with a subscription codenamed Spartacus in the spring. The offer is expected to be available on PS4 and PS5 and will be a combination of PS Plus and PS Now, as well as backward compatibility.

Xbox Cloud Gaming Got Visual Improvement Features, but There's a Catch

Przemyslaw Dygas, 30 November 2021, 12:50

The Xbox Cloud Gaming service has received another feature to improve visual quality. Unfortunately you can only use it in one browser.

Cloud Gaming Officially Available on Xbox Consoles

Miriam Moszczynska, 17 November 2021, 23:05

Xbox Cloud Gaming beta launched today on Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S consoles. The service is available to Game Pass Ultimate subscribers, and enables them to, among other things, test games without having to install them.

GeForce NOW With FPS Cap; Game Optimization is the Reason

Miriam Moszczynska, 15 November 2021, 14:20

Some GeForce NOW subscribers are clearly unhappy with how the service currently works. In one subscription plan, the company decided to cap the fps limit in games.

Sega and Microsoft Enter a 'Strategic Alliance'

Agnes Adamus, 01 November 2021, 17:04

Sega and Microsoft have established a „strategic alliance”. As part of the collaboration, we are to receive games conceived as part of the 'Super Game'. All this based on Microsoft Azure's cloud services.

Samsung Announces New Competitor For GeForce Now

Miriam Moszczynska, 27 October 2021, 13:39

Samsung is going to introduce a cloud gaming feature to its TVs. So far, the company is very tight-lipped when sharing details about the new service.

Death Stranding Locked in GeForce Now's Xbox Offer

Jacob Blazewicz, 25 October 2021, 23:02

Microsoft Edge enables us to run games from Steam on Xbox via the GeForce Now service - except for Hideo Kojima's latest work.

Gamescom 2021: Dying Light 2 and Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy on GeForce Now

rassi, 26 August 2021, 16:35

The GeForce Now service, as we learned at gamescom 2021, will soon acquire two big new games - Dying Light 2 and Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy.

Xbox Cloud Gaming to Debut on Xbox One and Xbox Series in December

Michael Zegar, 25 August 2021, 11:18

Phil Spencer hopes you were good. Microsoft's show at gamescom revealed that cloud gaming will be coming to 8th and 9th-gen consoles this December. The feature will enable us to play next-gen titles, even on last-gen consoles.

Xbox Cloud Gaming With Major Change on PC

Przemyslaw Dygas, 10 August 2021, 14:35

Xbox Cloud Gaming on PC can now be used via the Xbox app. However, you will need to meet certain requirements in order to use it.

Netflix Will Offer Game Streaming Starting Next Year

Iltutmis, 15 July 2021, 12:26

Netflix is currently the most popular streaming platform in the world. It will probably expand to video game streaming starting next year. For this purpose, it has hired a former employee of EA and Oculus.

God of War Available on PC Thanks to PS Now

Michael Kulakowski, 07 July 2021, 20:39

From this weekend, all PlayStation Now subscribers can play one of Sony's biggest hits of recent years, namely the PS4 game God of War. The title can also be streamed directly on PC.

TV Ads in PC and Console Games? Yes, But Only With Player Permission

Jacob Blazewicz, 07 July 2021, 20:09

The possibility of the appearance of commercials straight from television in games on PC and consoles through the platform PlayerWON is not an inconvenience, but giving power over this type of advertising into the hands of players. At least that's what Simulmedia says in a new article.

Hideo Kojima May be Working on a New Game for Microsoft

Iltutmis, 02 July 2021, 15:08

According to rumors, Hideo Kojima and Microsoft are negotiating a deal that will result in a new cloud-based game for Xbox and PC. That said, we won't see the result of this collaboration until a few years from now.

TV-like Ads Coming Soon to PC and Console Games

Jacob Blazewicz, 02 July 2021, 14:08

Electronic Arts, Hi-Rez Studios and other publishers will be able to display advertising spots in their games. All thanks to the playerWON platform from Simulmedia.

Xbox Cloud Gaming Debuts on Windows 10 and Apple Mobile Devices

Milosz Szubert, 29 June 2021, 14:26

After nearly a year of exclusivity on Android devices, the Xbox Cloud Gaming service (also known as xCloud), which lets you play „in the cloud” over the Internet, is now available on Apple smartphones and tablets and select Windows 10 browsers. To use it, you'll need an Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscription.

Xbox One Will Run Next-gen Games Through Streaming

Jacob Blazewicz, 16 June 2021, 17:39

Will it be possible to run games from the Xbox Series X/S on the Xbox One? Of course not, but Microsoft plans to change that with its Xbox Cloud Gaming service.

Game Pass Could be Even Cheaper; Service Confirmed on Smart TV

Hubert Sledziewski, 10 June 2021, 20:22

Three days before its joint conference with Bethesda, Microsoft announced the expansion of its Xbox Game Pass service to TVs and dedicated streaming devices, as well as further development of its game library. New, possibly cheaper subscription variants are also being prepared.

Games on Netflix? The Company Plans to Expand Its Offer

Hubert Sledziewski, 22 May 2021, 18:26

Netflix is thinking about expanding the offerings with a video game streaming service? That's what a report from The Information suggests.

Google Claims Stadia is Doing Fine

Bart Swiatek, 17 May 2021, 15:57

Nate Ahearn - head of product marketing at Google - summed up the current situation of Google Stadia in a recent interview, and in his opinion it is „alive and well”. More than 100 more titles will debut on the platform this year.

Stadia Loses Part of Key Staff to Jade Raymond's Team

Jacob Blazewicz, 05 May 2021, 18:31

Google has parted ways with more employees overseeing Google Stadia. John Justice, vice president and head of product, has left the company's ranks, and a number of others have joined Haven Studios, founded by Jade Raymond.

xCloud Exclusivity as Microsoft's Bargaining Chip for Reduced Profit Margin

Szarmancki, 05 May 2021, 17:26

Thanks to the Epic Games vs. Apple court battle, we now know that Microsoft was planning to cut its 30% profit margin on Xbox game sales in exchange for exclusive streaming rights on xCloud. Those plans have been abandoned, at least for now.

Xbox Game Pass Streaming Will Let Us Play PC Games Too

Bart Swiatek, 20 April 2021, 10:06

Responding to an Internet user's question on Twitter, Phil Spencer - the head of Xbox - noted that PC games will sooner or later be available for xCloud streaming on Xbox Game Pass. For now, however, the priority is on console titles.

Xbox Game Pass Ultimate Introduce Backward Compatibility on Android

Hubert Sledziewski, 31 March 2021, 20:50

Microsoft has announced that from today the Xbox Game Pass Ultimate service enables us to play last-gen games, via backward compatibility and cloud, on mobile devices.

Remote Play Together Beta Ends; Valve Announces Sale and Event on Steam

Jacob Blazewicz, 23 March 2021, 13:44

Steam finished testing a new version of Remote Play Together. From now on, users can play selected titles with friends who do not have an account on Valve's platform. The company intends to celebrate the fact with a special sale and event.

GeForce NOW Subscription Price Increase

Bart Swiatek, 19 March 2021, 15:19

Nvidia informed that the GeForce NOW streaming platform has been around for over a year now. As a result, they have decided to replace the Founders subscription with a more expensive Priority subscription for new users.

EVE Anywhere Lets You Play Eve Online in Browser

Adrian Werner, 16 March 2021, 14:28

The team at CCP Games launched the beta of EVE Anywhere, a streaming service that lets you play EVE Online in the browser.

Xbox Will Run Steam and Epic Games Store Titles, Including Death Stranding

Karol Laska, 09 March 2021, 21:15

The new version of the Microsoft Edge browser for Xbox consoles will enable us to use platforms originally intended for PC, such as Steam and Epic Games Store.

Steam Remote Play Together Available to Everyone

Przemyslaw Dygas, 03 March 2021, 21:30

A new update to the Steam platform has brought a full version of the Remote Play Together feature. This allows local multiplayer games to be played remotely.

Microsoft Tests Full HD in xCloud

Ness, 01 March 2021, 16:22

Microsoft plans to expand its xCloud streaming platform. The first screenshot showing the game running in Full HD has appeared online.

Google Rumored to Have Canceled Several Emerging Stadia Games

Ness, 28 February 2021, 21:36

Google has canceled a number of games over the past year that were due to appear on the Stadia streaming platform. Among them were Hideo Kojima's horror game, an action game by a former Ubisoft employee, and a sequel to Journey to the Savage Planet.

Failure of Google Stadia According to Former and Current Employees

Ness, 27 February 2021, 20:20

Lack of understanding of the industry, spending huge amounts of money on ports of major titles, and a rushed launch - these are a few reasons for the failure of Google's streaming platform Stadia as reported by several former and current employees of the company.

Steam Tests Option to Play Together Without an Account

Jacob Blazewicz, 25 February 2021, 11:11

Valve has started testing a new Steam client. The beta enables us to check out an enhanced version of the Remote Play Together service, which lets us invite people without an account on the platform to play together.

Google Cannot Fix a Bug in Its Own Stadia Game

Ness, 23 February 2021, 17:23

At the beginning of the month, a game called Journey to the Savage Planet was added to Google Stadia's offer, but a few days later a bug appeared in the game which made it impossible to continue playing. The bigger problem is that there is nobody who can fix it.

Electronic Arts Patents Instant Game Launch Technology

Szarmancki, 19 February 2021, 22:15

Electronic Arts is working on a new technology to allow games to run instantly without having to download them first. It wants to use data streaming for this purpose.

Google Blames ZeniMax Acquisition for Closure of Stadia's Devteams

Szarmancki, 17 February 2021, 17:59

According to a recent report from Kotaku, the closure of studios developing games for Google Stadia could have been influenced by Microsoft's buying streak and recent acquisitions of ZeniMax Media and Bethesda Softworks.