Google is having a great offer for PC gamers who are willing to experiment its new, trial Project Stream, a computer game streaming platform. You only need to play only 1 hour of Assassin's Creed Odyssey and they will reward you the game for free on PC through Uplay. The cost of the game is approx. $20 on Uplay at this moment, however, it costs $35 on consoles. Unfortunately, the reward is limited to US clients, and it's not until January 15th that you can get the game free.
Google took its first step into the game streaming industry by announcing Project Stream. The main accessible game on Project Stream right currently is Assassin's Creed Odyssey, chiefly to test the reasonability of Google's platform with a famous game. Assassin's Creed Odyssey requires a pretty powerful system to run on PCs as well as on consoles.
Obviously, Google isn't the only one in its endeavors to be interested in this industry. Microsoft and Sony are also working on the same subject. PlayStation Now from Sony is having a great number of famous games, while Microsoft as of late is telling us that its platform xCloud will serve on a newer generation of consoles which will be released in 2 years later.
Not only tech giants are involving either. Blade, a startup from France along with Nvidia, a famous chip producer, is also working on their own projects that are developing.
The fact Google needs to partake in the industry is fascinating news. Be that as it may, at the present time, the giant won't state whether its Project Stream will be available as a widely used platform. There is a chance that the company is testing to check whether its huge computing system could bolster a similar platform from an outside organization, or if it could provide the backend to these platforms. As of now, the corporation obviously needs more information, and a new-released game seems not too expensive for the return.