What is the Future of PlayStation 5 and Xbox Scarlett and Who will Change it?

A new technology called game streaming might change the whole game industry and here is why.

Local content vs game-streaming

If you are a beginner, streaming games will not make you get a gaming hardware and spend hundreds of cash on it.

Yourhas the necessary hardware which can display the streamed games so you will not need huge hard drives, high-powered graphics card or processors as a way to store games.

Nvidia GeForce Now

Even though Nvidia’s GeForce Now is only in beta and it keeps upgrading, we still have the assurance that it might become official soon.

GeForce Now has the ability to support over 300 games at the moment and if you want you can also make your own additions from Uplay library and Steam, and you will be able to benefit from all your games.

At the moment of being, you do not have to pay anything to use GeForce Now, but you need to pay for your games on Steam. When the service will no longer be on beta, you might have to pay a sum.

PlayStation Now

Sony has developed a game-streaming service called PlayStation Now which was mostly created for PlayStation 4, but you can also use it on your PC if you get a compatible controller.

The PlayStation Now game-streaming service is no longer available on Sony Smart TVs, PlayStation 3, PlayStation TV, and PlayStation Vita.

Without access to Steam or similar services, PlayStationNow does pretty well alone as it has a wide range of games kept in its library. You can choose from over 600 games along with other new ones added month by month.

These two game-streaming services might steal PlayStation 5 and Xbox Scarlett’s bread.

Hunter Texidor

Hunter Texidor was born and raised in Toronto. He has written for Billboard, The Prague Post and Passport Magazine. In regards to academics, Sage earn his BBA from Mcmaster in Hamilton. Hunter covers business and economy stories here at Billionaire 365.

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