Google chrome users in the u.s. Now launch select video games directly from Google search results, just like you could already do for movies, music and TV shows.
Games play in your browser via cloud streaming services like GeForce Now or Microsoft Cloud Streaming, which means you can play on any computer, smartphone or tablet running Google Chrome. Even weak devices can play games like this—often in 1080p resolution and 60fps with minimal input lag—as long as you have a strong and stable Internet connection.
Wait, Isn’t That Just Google Stadia?
If you are doing thought, “Couldn’t Chrome already do this?” you are right. Google’s Stadia cloud streaming service as well Lets you play games via Chrome or Stadia app on phone and smart TV. However, Google plans to shut down Stadia in January 2023. basic technology.
Replies to Google’s announcement tweet highlight the confusion, and many users expressed Frustrated that Google is launching a new Chrome feature a few weeks early stadium closed Below
But it’s important to remember that Stadia is shutting down due to poor financial performance and lack of interest from users. No Because the technology didn’t work. To be honest, Stadia did a really great job, Despite its deceptive monetization strategy. PLots of other streaming services work in web browsers, so the new feature isn’t a surprise either.,
In fact, Google teased the ability to launch games through Google Search months before Stadia was announced, and we can assume that would have been included in the list of supported cloud platforms if Stadia wasn’t going away. .
Google also said it plans to use the service’s streaming technology For other platforms, such as YouTube, Google Play, and Google AR, That’s after Stadia shuts down, and says it will share the technology with other companies, so I wouldn’t be surprised if we see Stadia-like features in other Google products in the near future.
How to stream games with Google Chrome
- open chrome and Find the game you are interested in playing.
- If the game is playable, the information panel will list the streaming services that have the game available. Click “play” Near the platform of your choice to open the game.
- If you already have an account and are signed in to your chosen streaming service, the game should load automatically. if you don’t you First one has to go through the signup and login steps.
- Some games may also require a gamepad or keyboard and mouse to play, so have a Bluetooth controller handy if you’re playing on a mobile.