Yesterday was a big day for Google with the introduction of its service cloud gaming Google Stadia. This new service promises to revolutionize the world of video games even before the end of this year. During the presentation, the company confirmed that it already has partnerships with Unreal and Unity to ensure support for the most popular games.
Epic Games wasted no time being the first company to officialize support for Google Stadia. According to the company, Unreal Engine support for Stadia is already online. In this way the developers may already start taking advantage of the new features offered by the service cloud gaming.
According to one of Epic Games executives, support for Google Stadia had been under development for some time. The main objective is to make available to developers who use Unreal Engine all the tools they need to succeed on this new platform.
Epic Games is the first company to support Google Stadia with its Unreal Engine
During its presentation, the Google Stadia service ambitiously promised to arrive to revolutionize the world. gaming. However, just like any other new technology. You may have great difficulty fulfilling everything you promised. While your implementation may be more hectic than you might expect, this could really be the future of video games.
In addition, the fact that large companies such as Epic Games are already showing great commitment to supporting the new platform will further strengthen its implementation. For now, only support for Doom Eternal has been confirmed. But until the release date, we will surely see many more games added to the list.
It will be curious to see how far Google will be able to bring to your service cloud gaming the most popular titles today. Or even be able to guarantee the exclusivity of some of the upcoming major releases.
There is no specific date yet for the official launch of Google Stadia. However, it will be interesting to see how far we will see it coming with support for games like PUBG, Call of Duty, FIFA 19 (FIFA 20), among others. Certainly Fortnite will come as one of the games supported by the new platform.
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