Google’s long-expected gaming project will be revealed at the upcoming Game Developers Conference, which is scheduled for March 18-22 in San Francisco.
Speculation online about the event pointed to Google’s Project Stream, a PC streaming video game service the company began testing in October and closed last month. Among the games streamed via Google Chrome to computers was Ubisoft’s “Assassin’s Creed Odyssey.
But many also noted that Google could also jump into the hardware game. Back in February 2018, tech news site The Information reported that Google was developing a game streaming service, codenamed “Yeti,” that could be on Chromecast or a special Google console.
Click here to read more.