Google's Project Stream brings game streaming to Chrome | Browsers

The idea of ​​Project Stream is to provide the user with an almost immediate streaming experience with the game, unlike movies and series where viewers are used to a few seconds of latency. For Google, the challenge is to establish a millisecond latency, maintaining high-quality game streaming without loss of graphics.

Although the service has already been released for testing, for now Project Stream is only available in the United States. In addition, it is necessary to be over 17 years old and connected to Unternet equal to or greater than 25 Mbps to test the platform.

Details on how Assassin's Creed: Odyssey will be streamed on Google Chrome are yet to be released. The game arrives on the platform on the same date as its worldwide release. Google published a video in which it displays the game in 1080p resolution and 60 frames per second through Project Stream.

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