After being bombarded earlier this year with news and presentations from the first cloud gaming services – Project xCloud and Google Stadia – we are still waiting to see their arrival on the market. However, it seems that these services will not be the only ones to be launched soon.
According to new information revealed by Ken Moss, Electronic Arts (EA) has already begun internal testing for its own cloud gaming service called Project Atlas. We don't know yet if it will hit the market in time to compete with Google Stadia due in November.
Fans want to have our games no matter where they are and what platform they use
EA's main focus is to make sure your fans get access to their favorite games no matter where they are or what platform they are using. So they decided to invest in developing their own cloud gaming platform, which will be able to guarantee that.
Ken Moss also revealed that in addition to these internal tests, they are already preparing to launch external tests, which will allow a restricted group of players to test the new Project Atlas.
Games Included in EA's Cloud Gaming Service Trials
Electronic Arts intends to test the capabilities of its service in the most varied scenarios. That's why they decided to test different games to make sure their servers can guarantee optimal performance on all their games.
Currently 4 high definition games are being tested: FIFA 19, Titanfall 2, Need for Speed Rivals and Unravel. As you might expect, the main goal of this service will be to be able to make all EA games (in HD / FHD) available on any platform.
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