EA is looking to compete with Google and Microsoft with a new game-streaming service — here’s how to sign up to try it before it launches
|09/11/2019||Posted by BusinessMediaguide.Com under General World News||
- Electronic Arts is the latest video game company to begin tests for a cloud gaming service with the intention of streaming high-end video games to smartphones and other devices.
- Ken Moss, EA’s chief technology officer, revealed that EA will launch a technical test for the service, which is codenamed Project Atlas. Players will be able to choose from a selection of four games including “FIFA 19.”
- Other cloud gaming competitors include Google’s Stadia, which will launch in November, and Microsoft’s Project xCloud, which will begin tests in October.
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