Saturday, January 28, 2023

Google now allows you to play console and PC games

Google is adding a new feature today that will make it easier for users to talk to cloud-based PC games systems. It will work with Google Stadia and other platforms that let you play with just one click, like Xbox.

The host of the Nerf Report, Bryant Chappel, says that Google Search only lets you play PC games that are available on streaming sites right now. When you search for games, a small “play” button pops up. When you click it, a list of cloud storage services where you can buy games appears. Choose the platform you want to use to move forward in the browser.


Because the new gaming feature is still in its early stages, it’s not always available on all devices just yet. Since development is still going on, Google hasn’t said anything about the update in public. This feature is on both the mobile and desktop versions of the site.

Services like Amazon Luna, Nvidia GeForce Now, and Microsoft’s Xbox Cloud Gaming all work with cloud gaming. Plans call for more services, like PS Now, to be added to the feature.

Google also lets you search for videos and TV shows in the same way. Google also lets you use streaming video services like Netflix and HBO Go. This is similar to how cloud gaming works.

Need a good Internet connection

If you want to play games in the cloud, you need a fast internet connection and low latency. One benefit of this service is that you don’t need any extra hardware because the data is stored in the cloud.

There is still a big delay when playing games, which is not good for games that require quick reactions (fighting games, first-person shooters, etc.)

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If you have access to cloud services, you can play your favorite console or PC games on your phone while relaxing on a beach. All you’ll need is a reliable way to send or receive data, like Wi-Fi. Unfortunately, this means that most Pakistanis won’t be able to use this technology. If you have a good fiber connection, though, you can give it a try.

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