Google has scheduled an event next month at the Game Developers Conference (GDC) in San Francisco.
This is reportedly where it could unveil its gaming project that has been under development for quite some time.
The company has sent out invites for the March 19th event that will commence from 10 AM PST.
The invite itself doesn’t reveal much other than a cryptic gif showing bright light at the end of a dark hallway, followed by “gather around.”
It also notes that “all will be revealed at the Google Keynote,” hinting at the revelation of more details on Project Stream.
Looks like Google's finally going to show off what it's been doing with all that money it's spending on video games pic.twitter.com/3zAljY1WWh
— Jason Schreier (@jasonschreier) February 19, 2019
Google has already tested the technology with users through Project Stream last year, and after a successful run, we can expect the company to announce its further plans.
At the recent CES 2019 event in January, Google showed a demo of Assassin’s Creed: Odyssey, a big title from Ubisoft, on Google’s cloud via the Chrome browser.
The new gaming service code-named Yeti aims to provide high-quality game streaming on any device to gamers.
“Project Stream is geared toward home internet connections capable of 25 megabits per second,” said Google manager Catherine Hsiao in a blog post back in October.
Hopefully, this time Google will bring the cloud gaming service it promised us more than a decade ago.
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