A video clip teasing a keynote presentation at an annual Game Developers Conference in San Francisco invites people to "Gather around as we unveil Google's vision for the future of gaming". As Variety noted, Google has been testing a Project Stream service that beams Assassin's Creed: Odyssey to users without an installation requirement since past year, and the magazine found that the company has filed patents that appeared to be related to streaming game controllers.
The Google GDC 2019 keynote date is March 19 and starts at 10:30pm IST (10am PT).
It won't be a surprise to anyone versed in Silicon Valley politics that Google is hosting its Yeti livestream on YouTube, which is a subsidiary of the company itself.
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"Sitting here, looking at screenshots of unannounced Google console games and debating whether or not to release them", read the tweet which was archived on popular gaming forum ResetEra. The firm is expected to announce several gaming industry partners today as well.
Google console to launch with games from franchises like Assassin's Creed and Doom?Even though, former EA and Ubisoft studio head Jade Raymond joined the company as vice president despite revealing any further details about her role. Since October a year ago, the project has been in the beta-testing phase.
Google's exhibit at GDC is sort of a small video game museum, with displays containing an Atari 2600, a Sega Dreamcast, a Nintendo Game Boy, and other noteworthy game devices from over the decades.
Google, whose YouTube video service operates an eSports platform for viewing game competitions, will be entering a sector with other powerful competitors including Sony and Microsoft.